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The Future of Today's Christianity by Galli and Crouch


The current issue of Christianity Today (online or paper edition) has an article well worth digging out and reading in its entirety.  Here's a excerpt:


North American evangelicals can be astonishingly innovative and entrepreneurial, but we can also be indifferent to history and unconcerned about the future. We can be remarkably generous and dedicated, and blithely enslaved to consumerism and technology. We can be amazingly concerned about the needs of the world, and infuriatingly condescending to leaders from places where the needs are greatest. We can be unsurpassed in our cultural savvy, and embarrassingly thin in our cultural production. We are experts at building movements that last a few short years, and innocents at what it takes to sustain change over time.

-Mark Galli and Andy Crouch in CHRISTIANITY TODAY

March 2013 "The Future of Today's Christianity"


link to copy and paste (or click on the article title above)
http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2013/march/future-of-todays-christianity.html?start=1

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