Evangelicalism Today by Russell D. Moore + Denny Burk + John R. Franke + D. G. Hart + Michael Horton + David Lyle Jeffrey

Evangelicalism Today

A Symposium: Six Evangelicals Assess Their Movement

In this forum, a diverse group of Evangelicals discuss the state of Evangelicalism today and other matters. (We are planning to run similar forums on the Catholic, Orthodox, and mainline churches in the next year.) The answers begin with those of Russell Moore, as a member of our editorial board, followed by the others in alphabetical order.

How do you define “Evangelical” in a way that distinguishes Evangelicals from other believing Christians? And has this definition changed over the last several years?

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Russell D. Moore is president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention. He is a senior editor of Touchstone.

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