The stereotype of liberals is that they are out to silence their ideological opponents. They have garnered a reputation as being closed-minded; they are the enemies of free speech.
Those on the right are the victims of these powerful progressive silencers.
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Do the New Testament authors misuse the Old Testament? Listen in with Mike Kibbe on the Faith Colloquium Podcast.
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Was Exodus historical? How should we read Genesis? Listen in with Tremper Longman and Sheb Varghese, on the Faith Colloquium podcast.
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What can academics and lay people do to understand each other better?
How can we bridge the gap? Listen in with Sheb and Sam Varghese on the
Faith Colloquium podcast.
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Are skeptical atheists skeptical enough? Is the doctrine of sola scriptura coherent? Listen in with Mitch Stokes and Sheb Varghese on the Faith Colloquium Podcast.
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What should you know before attending seminary? What makes a good seminary? Listen in with Sheb and Sam Varghese on the Faith Colloquium Podcast. Please comment with your own thoughts, share, and subscribe.
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In the past, I’ve shared what I love about Evangelicalism.
And those still remain true about evangelicalism at its best. In this post, I want to explain what I don’t like about Protestant evangelical culture at its worst.
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For a long time there has been a trend among North American evangelicals who grow up in conservative evangelical culture, and then at some point leave “traditional” evangelicalism for some flavor of progressive Christianity. On the popular level, I’m thinking here of people like Rachel Held Evans or Rob Bell. Usually, these “post-evangelicals/ex-evangelicals” claim to have cut ties with evangelicalism and they no longer identify as evangelical; they disavow evangelicalism.
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