evangelicalism


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stresses the importance of personal conversion and faith as the means of salvation

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This is an important book for anyone interested in the relation of religion to North American culture, and not just specialists in American evangelicalism.
Many prominent Americans saw the rise of conservative evangelicalism as a threat to the basis of American culture.
Evangelicalism, a phenomenon more commonly associated with conservative Protestantism and proselytizing, is shown to have influenced the social reforming views of Belfast's natural leaders whose interests and values are those identified by British historians as being solidly middle-class.
In November 1976, Carter was elected president, with his Democratic ticket embracing a platform of social justice and evangelicalism.
32) as one writer puts it, in hopes that their contributors' writings will affect and help renew evangelicalism throughout Europe.
The poll speculates that especially among the poor in Central America, the sex abuse crisis and an out of touch church hierarchy contributed to the rise in evangelicalism.
The genius of Evangelicalism is its combination of orthodox Protestantism, conservative revivalism, and transdenominational ecumenism.
The new Evangelicalism looks a lot like the old Evangelicalism in that it's largely led by white males.
James's lack of familiarity with the historical literature led him also to ascribe the so-called evangelical quadrilateral to Sam Reimer, who wrote Evangelicals and the Continental Divide: The Conservative Protestant Subculture in Canada and the United States (2003), rather than to David Bebbington, the British historian of evangelicalism who introduced this definition in his 1989 book Evangelicalism in Modern Britain: A History from the 1730s to the 1980s (150).
Mitchell's "Lewis and Historic Evangelicalism" discusses Lewis's popularity with modern evangelicals, while not agreeing with all of their positions--more specifically, Mitchell makes an excellent case that Lewis fits the boundaries of pre-twentieth century evangelicalism in terms of conversionism, activism, biblicism and crucicentrism.
Through a critical reading of primary source material against philosophy and intellectual history, O'Gorman analyzes how major players in Eisenhower's administration reflected and reified deeply embedded worldviews of American foreign policy discourse: stoicism, evangelicalism, adventurism, and romanticism.
in particular, American Evangelicalism which at limes has threatened to turn Lewis into an American ranter.
Their argument is twofold: First, these critics argue, I present a caricature of evangelicalism that does not bear witness to its diversity; second, I do not acknowledge that evangelicalism (and therefore evangelical men's ministries) looks different in Australasia compared to America.
ANGLICAN theologian and author John Stott, who led a resurgence of evangelicalism in Britain and around the world, has died aged 90, it was announced yesterday.
Perhaps more accurately understood as "The Making and Un-Making of Evangelicalism," Balmer's collection of essays on American evangelical leadership leads to one simple conclusion: the Christian Right has betrayed American evangelicals' values and heritage.
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