Where Are Evangelicalism’s Boundary Lines?

"Definition and delineation are never done once and for all....Changes in society and changes in the theological world require that definition and delineation be carried on—and that is what Michael Reeves has attempted in Gospel People." - TGC

Also on evangelical identity: Is evangelical Protestantism breaking into five factions in the United States of America?

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After reading the above article, I once again ask, "Why is there such an attempt in Christian media to divide the body over vaccines?"   I ask these 2 questions:  How many Christians do you know who want to exclude others from fellowship because they have been vaccinated?  How many Christians do you know who want to exclude others from fellowship because they have not been vaccinated?  To listen to some writers you would expect the answers to these two questions to be just the opposite.

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How many posters on SI thought evangelicalism's survival was dependent on electing Trump vs how many thought it was dependent on defeating Trump? Again, I think the answers to that would be just the opposite of how it is represented. I am in the camp of those that did not think evangelicalism's survival had anything to do with Trump and was saddened how many tried to use him to divide us.