Future of Evangelicalism?

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My mate Antony Billington gave me a heads up on this resource.

Patheos have brought together some authors to write a series of articles on the future of evangelicalism.  The essays are organised by theme and are being released online over the next two weeks.  Scott McKnight is one of the contributors and you can find his paper which  'surveys the field, and finds the Neo-Evangelical Coalition is falling apart.'  All the papers ar here.

The blurb from their site says:

"A rapidly evolving tradition with deep historical roots, evangelicalism confronts abundant opportunities and abundant challenges. How will current movements within the church shape the face of American Christianity in the next ten years? What is the best way to influence culture while retaining the distinctive qualities of evangelical faith? How should evangelicals relate to other Christian traditions, and even non-Christian ones? How ought evangelicals to engage in politics? And how are evangelical ministries responding to the swiftly changing circumstances of life in the twenty-first century?

Patheos has assembled an extraordinary collection of essays addressing these questions. The essays are organized according to the themes listed below, and will be released on the Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays of the next two weeks. Come back often!"