Shane Vander Hart: As Christians participate in the public square what does our participation say about our witness for Jesus Christ?
A new report from a center-left think tank is questioning the appeal and impact of the Religious Left. It also touts economic justice as the most “fertile ground of this era” for liberal religious political mobilizing, with the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s as the exemplar. The study released by the Brookings Institution titled […]
As the U.S. Senate considers legislation to raise the minimum wage, Religious Left groups including the lobby offices of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and Episcopal Public Policy Network (EPPN) have advocated an increased wage level, with the Director for Public Witness of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) J. Herbert Nelson stating that it is “a moral […]
Dinesh D’Souza in his book, What’s So Great About Christianity, while writing about the twilight of atheism talked about liberal religion in the midst of what he considers traditional, mainstream religion: Traditional religion is the mainstream, but it is not the only form in which religion appears today. There is also liberal religion. One can […]
Well, not really, but it seems like those of us who consider ourselves as evangelicals get treated to a lot of vitriol from the left. Both the secular and religious left. A new reader and commenter here at CT: Collin Brendemuehl had on his blog this quote from Iain Murray in his article “Evangelicalism Divided” […]