May 3, 2013

Evangelicals Embracing Doubt

Kristin Rudolph, Juicy Ecumenism

A new model of Evangelical conference has emerged in recent years. It is one that aims to ask questions and spread ideas for attendees to take home and implement in their workplaces, churches, and communities, for the renewal of our culture. The Q Conference is the most visible of these conferences, but others are following suit. The latest was the Blue Conference at Fairfax Community Church (FCC) in Fairfax, VA on April 26-27. Blue, “a movement to restore culture,” derived its name from the blue seats that hosted over three hundred attendees who make up the movement, explained FCC...

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