Quite frankly, when we decide to wake up as the Church in American (realizing we aren’t the “American Church” anymore) what will matter so little at that point in time is if we’re “evangelical” or “liturgical” or “pentecostal.”
Early on the plea is simple: Why are we, as “the Church” one way or the other? Why are we strictly “evangelical” or simply “sacramental” or built up as “pentecostal”? Why do we define ourselves in strict terms to make sure we point out, “Well, we’re not that”?
A term that will take a beating.
I love the Word of God. Bible study is a deep passion of mine. The story of God. Learning the text, the context, the story, the lessons, etc. All of it. As an extension, I love what the Bible can do to bring me into a deeper communion with God. The Psalms are my prayerContinue reading “Why I am Evangelical”