21st Century Evangelicals, edited by Greg Smith
Following five years of surveys into the beliefs and actions of evangelicals in the UK, the Evangelical Alliance has released a groundbreaking new book, 21st Century Evangelicals.
Following more than a dozen short reports, the Alliance drew together leading academics in theology and the social sciences who looked in depth at the data and contributed their analysis and reflection. The book is made up of chapters tackling subjects including social involvement, politics, global mission, gender and families, each with a response from an experienced practitioner.
21st Century Evangelicals busts many of the myths of what evangelicals look like, and delving beneath the surface of the surveys provides an impressive portrait of a vibrant and active part of the UK Church.
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