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American Christianity Is Not Dead - CNN.com

There has been a lot of talk lately about the large number of people identifying themselves as “religiously unaffiliated.” As Christians, this should give us pause; however, we need to be careful that we don’t turn into Chicken Little. 233 more words

Mission Of God

CHRISTIANS & 3 Types: Cultural, Congregational & Convictional #EdStetzer

Commentary by Dr. Whitesel; “My friend Ed Stetzer has done a great service to the Body of Christ by pointing out there that there are not just two cultures of Christians (churchgoers & non-churchgoers) but actually three. 345 more words

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Survey Results: Is Christianity in a Decline?

I felt it was timely to interrupt the Gospel Illustration series to provide this insightful response by Christian statistician Ed Stetzer to the recent Pew research that claims people are abandoning the faith in droves: 259 more words

Pastor Darin's Posts

How to Read the Pew Research Center's Published Findings

The actual title of the article published by the Pew Research Center is America’s Changing Religious Landscape. You can read that article here, at their own website, rather than second or third hand if you wish. 162 more words

Christianity

Pew Research, Ed Stetzer & Defining "Evangelical"

The internet was abuzz yesterday about Pew Research’s findings on Christianity in America. Evangelical Christians tweeted things like, “we’re winning” immediately followed by “we’re losing,” because the data can be seen both ways, depending both on how one defines evangelicalism and also on how one defines “winning.” So, every guru of missions stepped up to the plate yesterday to literally spell out for readers ‘How Christians are to understand the data from the newest Pew study on Christianity in America.’ 2,163 more words

Missiology

Andy Stanley 'pastardising' the pastoral office.

Once again, Andy Stanley has been exposed ‘pastardising’ the pastoral office.

Pulpit & Pen writes:

Andy Stanley Trashes Expository Preaching; Calls it “Easy” and “Cheating” 2,006 more words

North Point Community Church

From @EdStetzer...Is the church guilty of "spiritual abuse" toward the mentally ill?

I’d encourage our readers to check out this thought-provoking post from Ed Stetzer of Lifeway Research, titled A New Approach to Mental Illness in the Church,  1,124 more words

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