Evangelical

Conversation with Samuel Olson, President of the Evangelical Council of Venezuela
Conversation with Samuel Olson, President of the Evangelical Council of Venezuela

Paul Coyer speaks with Samuel Olson, who can justifiably be considered Venezuela’s most influential evangelical leader and is a respected leader not just in Venezuela and Latin America, but globally.

Tending the Garden of the Real
Tending the Garden of the Real

Cultivating the garden of world order includes tending to the tasks that uphold public safety, execute justice and promote human flourishing.

People of Faith and the Venezuela Crisis
People of Faith and the Venezuela Crisis

Is there a properly Judeo-Christian perspective on the current crisis in Venezuela? It depends on whom you ask. In a word, it’s complicated, even among those of the same faith community.

Trump’s UN Realism and Christian Benevolence

Many Christian elites will not like Donald Trump’s United Nations speech this week, whose key phrase was “we reject the ideology of globalism and accept the doctrine of patriotism.”

Social Justice and the Gospel: The John MacArthur Controversy
Social Justice and the Gospel: The MacArthur Controversy

Some evangelicals’ unthinking appropriation of social justice ideas can be faddish, light on theology, heavy on sentiment, and heavy on progressive politics. But John MacArthur overgeneralizes too much and lapses into caricature too often in his critique of “social justice.”

Revolving doors: What to Expect from the New Prime Minister Down Under - Scott Morrison - Evangelical
Revolving Doors: What to Expect from the New Prime Minister Down Under

When the New York Times called Scott Morrison, the new Australian prime minister, an “evangelical,” many of us Australian Christians groaned.

To Change the World: A Long View
To Change the World: A Long View

Ideas are not enough. Teaching in a history department these past couple years has convinced me that ideas are often not the driving force behind great changes in society and world events. Philosophers, theologians, and intellectuals of all sorts often act like the only thing that matters are ideas. You get the ideas right and then you change the world. Evangelicals are notorious for this kind of thinking.

Evangelicals Global Christian Zionism Israel
Evangelicals and Global Christian Zionism

Important to Israel’s improved global standing is the ongoing global growth of pro-Israel Evangelicals, numbering in the hundreds of millions, whose influence could affect foreign policy in dozens of nations in the Global South.