What does it mean to be an evangelical today? How do we define what evangelicals believe, and what implications does this have for the church's mission in the twenty-first century?
In this ground breaking book, the Evangelical Alliance draws together the results of extensive research on a wide range of subjects, including belief and identity, church life, social action, gender, international relations and the charismatic movement. A number of leading academics offer reflections on the findings and examine how the data can be used to inform and direct the priorities and activities that churches need to focus on today.
21st Century Evangelicals will be of particular interest to church leaders, mission practitioners and students as well as all who are seeking to understand how to apply their faith in the twenty-first-century. The original context of this book is Britain, but is also relevant for other western contexts.