Liberal Evangelicalis in New York City

Thousands of tourists, complete with fanny packs and crumpled city maps, walk in and out of New York City’s monumental churches along their travel route. Their quick trips often miss the history behind the city’s oldest church buildings. A new book tells the story of New York City’s complicated history of religious transformation among Evangelicalism.

On Monday, Dr. Matthew Bowman, author and instructor of history at Bowling Green State University, joined Dr. Albert Mohler’s Thinking in Public podcast. Looking at Bowman’s new book The Urban Pulpit: New York City and the Fate of Liberal Evangelicalism, Bowman and Mohler discussed New York City’s nineteenth century pulpit problems and transformations that took place in the city and broader culture through the twenty-first century.

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