Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Evangelical Manifesto

Too often, "evangelical" has been widely used to label and stereotype people of faith. I consider myself an evangelical -- but don't always "fit neatly inside the box" "Representative" evangelicals in television news interviews (both left and right) rarely represent my perspective.

That's why I was delighted with the release of The Evangelical Manifesto. These guys are speaking my language.

1 comment:

mbs said...

Labels are so easy to attach.

More and more ministers seem to mimic politicians. They sure can 'talk the talk', especially when campaigning just before a vote. But very few 'walk the walk' after the election.

It would be so refreshing to actually discover a 'man of God' who actually 'practices what he preaches'.