Tag: Evangelicalism

The Evangelical Theology of the Orthodox Church
Book Reviews, Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations

The Evangelical Theology of the Orthodox Church

The late Fr. John Meyendorff, whose name graces the Orthodox Christian Studies Center, emphasized the importance of dialogue with Protestant Evangelicals. He wrote, “…contacts with ‘Evangelicals’ are minimal, the primary reason being mutual ignorance and suspicion…. Such obstacles can and should be overcome within American society… If mutual ignorance still persists, it is due to…

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American Evangelicals, Theological Fantasy, and the Jerusalem Embassy
Religion and Politics, Theology

American Evangelicals, Theological Fantasy, and the Jerusalem Embassy

The uncritical US evangelical embrace of the Trump US embassy move, as well as of the hard-line Netanyahu government in Israel, has important but odd theological roots. America’s most visibly pro-Israel evangelicals, fundamentalists, and dispensationalists act as they do, in large part, because for them what the modern State of Israel does matters far less than…

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