The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life has just released its Global Survey of Evangelical Protestant Leaders.
This study is very important because evangelicalism is changing rapidly
around the world and the consequences of this not only for world
religions, but also world politics, are potentially enormous.
the evangelical movement has spread around the world in the past
century, it has become enormously diverse. Does it even make sense to
talk of “a” movement when that movement includes Anglicans in Africa,
Baptists in Russia, house churches in China and Pentecostals in Latin
America? What impact should evangelicalism have on politics in these
different countries and worldwide? And what of the differences between
the “Global North” and the “Global South”?
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