The Evangelicals Are Catching Up

The late Harold O. J. Brown noted that theology is no longer a hot topic with theological [!] liberals. It’s social and political issues that animate them. A theologically apostate agenda is passé. Today they’re really about social and political apostasy: homosexuality, abortion, socialism, radical feminism and environmentalism, college co-ed egg harvesting, etc.

Today, by contrast, it’s the evangelicals who are in love with theological liberalism: denying penal substitution, Biblical inerrancy, and the historicity of Adam and Eve.

But not to worry: the evangelicals will soon catch up.

Author: P. Andrew Sandlin

I am founder & president of the Center for Cultural Leadership, core faculty of the H. Evan Runner International Academy for Cultural Leadership and De Yong Distinguished Visiting Professor of Culture and Theology, Edinburg Theological Seminary, and an ordained minister in the Fellowship of Mere Christianity. I am happily married to Sharon Lynn Sandlin (nee Habedank) and have five adult children and four grandchildren.

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