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The fate of the Reformation in Western Europe, 500 years later The legacy of nominal Protestantism and cultural Christianity A significant number of atheists in the United Kingdom don’t find atheism intellectually satisfying Mayor of New York City tells us what he really believes and it’s unvarnished socialism

September 7, 2017

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David Wells on The Courage to Be Protestant


David Wells has been one of the most astute critics of what ails contemporary evangelicalism. His most recent book, The Courage to Be Protestant, is a summation of his previous four-volume series and offers evangelicals not only a somber picture of their current condition, but also a hopeful prescription for what might correct their course. He join...

June 5, 2008

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