A Centennial not much Noticed
Published on: November 3, 2010
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  • John Barker

    “evangelization of Europe” This is most interesting topic to me. I hope Mr. Berger writes more about this, especially given the widespread discontent with immigration and the failure of secular thinkers to successfully deal with assorted crises. I would not bet against the durability of the Faith.

  • Mark Nirs

    Just so I understand correctly:

    When you write ” I think it is fair to say that the Evangelical version of mission is on the rise, while the more limp-wristed mainline version is on the decline—at least, in part, reflecting the aforementioned demographic shift”

    You mean to say that the limp-wristed version, that has been on the rise in mainline churches since 1910, is now receding because of “global-south Christianity”, and mission is becoming again Evangelical?

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