Jake Meador, a writer and editor in Lincoln, Nebraska, who earned a degree in history from the University of Nebraska discusses in this very interesting article published by Books & Culture the pros and cons of Tom Oden’s ‘postconsetrvative evangelicalism’ proposal presented in the recent book Four Views on the Spectrum of Evangelicalism.
I highly recommend this article to all those interested in the fate of evangelicalism. Those who know me will realise probably that the author is much more sceptical than I am about Oden’s proposal. Nevertheless, the discussion is worth considering. I would suggest.
Read HERE the whole article.