Religious Nationalism, Revivalism Rising on the world stage

  By Joe LaGuardia Every election year, we see the influence of a demographic voting block, often pitched as a uniform, monolithic movement, called “evangelicalism”. Evangelicalism, a loosely-defined subculture in American Christianity, rose to political prominence under the Christian Coalition in the late 1970s and has championed major reforms and legislation that transcend partisanship. Now, nearly 40 years later, evangelicalismContinue reading “Religious Nationalism, Revivalism Rising on the world stage”

Local churches engaged in Social Justice are on their way to revival

Speaking to a group of Baptists at the recent Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Georgia general assembly, the Reverend George Mason challenged churchgoers to engage in social justice ministries that help the poor, empower the oppressed, and bring healing to the brokenhearted. One of the more profound things he said was that if churches did commitContinue reading “Local churches engaged in Social Justice are on their way to revival”