Can the evangelical church be saved?
Peek behind the curtain of some "hip" or "progressive" evangelical churches, past the savvy trends and contemporary music, and what you find may surprise you. Liberal evangelicalsdespite how apolitical they claim to beare gaining ground, promoting a repackaged version of Christianity that distorts the authority of Scripture and is causing a mass exodus of young people from the teachings of Jesus Christ.
In Distortion Chelsen Vicari confronts this move away from authentic Christianity and the principles that have made America great. Arming you with Scripture, historic Christian teaching, and social science that specifically addresses the challenges confronting our country, she covers topics such as:
· Understanding the link between faith and policy
· Unmasking the social justice disguise
· Confronting the truth about homosexuality
· Unveiling the Jesus feminists
· Living out the truth with boldness and grace
It is time to take a stand once again in the culture wars, this time for the sake of our youth and our future. To keep praying, keep acting, keep discerning truth, keep upholding Scripture as authority, and keep fighting on the battleground where Christianity and public policy collide. This is a great challenge. But it is one that every generation of evangelicals must be willing to take on for Jesus Christ.
It is worth the battle. America needs us. The church needs you.
Chelsen Vicari serves as the Institute on Religion and Democracys evangelical program director. Prior to joining the IRD, she worked for Concerned Women for America, the nations largest faith-based womens public policy organization. She holds a bachelor of science in political science and history and a masters degree in international politics. Her articles on evangelicalism and public policy have appeared in TheBlaze, Christian Post, and RealClearReligion.