If theological education’s prospects look dim, we’re defining it too narrowly.
Joseph Bottum contends that the decline of mainline churches has created a moral vacuum that conservative Catholics and evangelicals have been unable to fill.
We gather that some of our readers still don't want to talk Christology with us. But it's because of Jesus that the church has trouble in the world.
For decades, the notion of mainline decline has dominated interpretation of church life. But just how mighty were the churches before?