Readers seeking to understand recent evangelical history in a global context will find The Kingdom of God Has No Borders an engaging and informative read.
The Evangelicals should prompt American Christians to consider afresh our relationship to our nation, our understanding of its religious history, and our aspirations for its public life.
Timothy Gloege’s history of Moody Bible Institute (MBI) from the 1880s through the 1920s, Guaranteed Pure, makes a signal contribution to the challenge of delineating modern evangelicalism.
Oproah can—and does—offer promises of temporal salvation, but it fails to deliver anything of enduring value.
The Jesus People helped the church evangelize young people and make peace with aspects of American culture, but their heritage is a mixed blessing that requires critical discernment.
The prosperity gospel is the bitter harvest of an ancient seed planted in modern soil.
In a thoughtful and engaging work, Kate Bowler unravels the origins and development of the prosperity gospel into a multi-billion dollar industry.