In recent years the American media have portrayed the evangelical movement as a conservative force in society equating it with fundamentalism. Many people equate evangelical Christianity with conservatism in religion, politics, theology and social attitudes. But is this the whole story of evangelicalism? Roger Olson's new book sets forth evidence that the link between evangelicalism and conservatism has not always been as strong as it is today in the popular mind. Olson shows how contemporary evangelicals-who want to remain evangelical-can do so without identifying with conservatism in every way.
"Roger has put words and theological thinking to exactly what so many of us are feeling. We don't want to abandon our evangelical heritage and theology, but we aren't comfortable with how it is being redefined." - Dan Kimball, Author, "They Like Jesus but Not the Church"
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