The Evangelicals for Social Action founder is remembered for living the gospel he professed.
Brantley Gasaway contends that the progressive evangelical movement "stands as strong as ever." Which is to say, not very strong at all.
David Swartz recovers the story of the unlikely coalition forged by progressive evangelicals in the 1960s and 1970s.
Anytime you say something is new while also ignoring something old, it begs the question of what labels you use and how slippery their definitions are.