“I am prepared to go anywhere . . . provided it be forward.”
~ David Livingston
Today we complete our series on beyond evangelical. Some of you asked me to compile all the posts in the series into an eBook. I’ve decided to take you up on the suggestion.
The 80-page eBook includes the entire series along with many new chapters added, some of which have never been published anywhere else. It also includes a new Answers to Questions and Objections section. Click here to order the book.
As I’ve established throughout this series, those who have moved beyond evangelical (which is short for beyond evangelicalism) are neither on the Christian left nor on the Christian right.
They are neither fundamentalist nor emergent.
They are neither postmodern nor modern.
They are neither pietistic nor activist.
They are neither legalistic nor libertine.
Those who have moved beyond evangelical embrace elements of each theological/political position, yet they have gone beyond them.
At the very bottom, I’ve listed each part of the series to make it easy for you to share the whole set of posts with others (on blogs and websites).
What follows is a short and basic video that someone created that sketches the main passions of beyond evangelicals. In so doing, it also introduces people to this blog.
If you resonate with the content, share this post (or the video) with your friends. Those of you who are in your 20s and 30s, I’d like to especially encourage you to share it with others.
Why? Because according to the mail I receive, there are scores of Christians your age (20- and 30-somethings) who are turned off by both the Christian Right and the Christian Left movements and who are seeking a third way. They just don’t know that it exists.
The Beyond Evangelical Series