Evangelicalism

Responses to John MacArthur's "Social Injustice and the Gospel"

"I appreciated the words of Nate Pickowicz, calling for graciousness. My hope had been the same as Tim Challies', that after well over 50 years of faithful ministry—and nearly 50 of it at the same church—an older man who has been right about so many other issues over the decades would at least have 'the credibility [to] gain a hearing.'" - Pyro

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Evangelicalism's 'Newfound Obsession' With Social Justice Is Threat to Gospel, John MacArthur Says

"Over the years, I've fought a number of polemical battles against ideas that threaten the gospel. This recent (and surprisingly sudden) detour in quest of 'social justice' is, I believe, the most subtle and dangerous threat so far," he said. - CPost

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Why has the press been so focused on white evangelicals?

"Trump isn't president today because lots of evangelicals – for various reasons – backed him. He is president because lots of blue-collar and labor Democrats voted for him in crucial states. Many of them were white Catholics. Where is the tsunami of coverage of those crucial niches in American politics?" GetReligion

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Pastor Greg Locke Slams Evangelicals Who Believe There Are Multiple Ways to Heaven

"Two months after the Rev. Shannon Johnson Kershner, leader of the second-largest congregation in the Presbyterian Church USA, declared that Christianity is not the only way to Heaven, popular internet preacher Greg Locke is firing back" CPost

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Can Evangelicalism Survive Donald Trump and Roy Moore?

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