December 13, 2012

Evangelical Personalities Fail to Endure

Mark Tooley, Juicy Ecumenism

Today and tomorrow I’m at a “Q” conference in New York featuring Christianity Today editor Andy Crouch and New York pastor Tim Keller of famed Redeemer Presbyterian, a church highly successful in attracting Manhattan yuppies and many others. “Q” is mostly aimed at intellectual young urban evangelicals. It strives to be centrist though sometimes its content is somewhat left of center, certainly more liberal than most conservative evangelicals. This event, like typical “Q” gatherings, focuses on shaping culture through the Gospel.

Crouch spoke today, Wednesday, and he is a commanding speaker, easily holding the audience across nearly 5 hours stretching from morning until late afternoon. At the start he accurately noted...

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