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.

Comments

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'.

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