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VOL. 6, NO. 5 | Has Evangelicalism Lost Its Voice?: The Movement and Its Media

VOL. 6, NO. 5 | Has Evangelicalism Lost Its Voice?: The Movement and Its Media

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As a movement rather than a Church, Evangelicalism has become easy prey for secular models of institutional identity. Whereas much of the Christian witness in the past was supervised and distributed by Churches, there is very little left today that is not in the hands of parachurch “ministries” and their enormous industry of marketing, sales, advertising, media, public relations, and a host of related services. What we need to ask ourselves is whether the Church has been replaced with the marketplace and whether genuine reformation will be possible only if we take the institutional aspects of the challenge seriously. As such, in this issue, we will consider both the theological and institutional drift of Evangelicalism.

Featured Articles:

  • Time for a Commercialism Break | by Michael S. Horton
  • The Descent of Evangelicalism | by John Warwick Montgomery
  • “But What Shall We Read?” | by David P. Scaer
  • The Scandal of Evangelical Scholarship | by Eric Gregory
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