This election has revealed the existence of deep fissures throughout the fabric of our nation in a way that has shocked us all. While we have know for years that the political polarization in America has only continued to increase, few have realized just how tense the environment in many of America’s leading religious institutions have grown. And perhaps no religious demographic has faced more tension than evangelical Christians.
On March 18, 1766, for the very first time America celebrated a political event together -- and they continued to do so for years afterwards. Together. As Americans -- celebrating a purely American national political holiday.
An inspector general investigation exposed deep fissures within the unit for the past dozen years and gave rise to perceptions of politicized and partial behavior by lawyers there.
A Missouri church belonging to the Evangelical Free Church of America has changed its name, as some people thought the congregation was "free from evangelicals."
American culture is becoming less conducive to Christian values—it's a reality. The question is: what will the church do? Whether we admit it or not, many evangelicals in America believe, deep down, that the church in America is the...