Over the past twenty-five years, the term evangelical has become almost a household word. But who are today's evangelicals? Kenneth J. Collins shows that the evangelical movement has never been a front for one particular Christian denomination. Rather, it is a broad movement that encompasses those of many Christian traditions, from Methodists to Presbyterians to Baptists. Collins believes that evangelicals can and should welcome increased cooperation with Catholic and Orthodox Christians on matters of shared concern. However, he believes that evangelicals must first come to terms with an increasingly diverse American religious landscape and forgo dreams of creating a "Christian America." The Evangelical Moment is an important book for any Christian who believes that the future health of American Christianity depends on evangelicalism recovering its prophetic voice.
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