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Free Weekly Resource – Mere Evangelicalism: Defining a Fracturing Movement

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Peter Choi presents a historical and theological frame for making sense of change and continuity in evangelicalism and plot a course for the future. This resource is free for you to download from 11/6 to 11/12.

You can download a bundle of all the conference audio here.

 

About the Resource

New divisions and realignments in evangelical identity mark the landscape of American Christianity today. This workshop will present a historical and theological frame for making sense of change and continuity in evangelicalism and plot a course for the future.

About Peter Choi

Peter Choi is Director of Academic Programs at Newbigin House of Studies, a member of the Newbigin Faculty at Western Theological Seminary, and on the pastoral team at City Church San Francisco. He has taught history of Christianity courses at Calvin Theological Seminary and the University of Notre Dame. Prior to that, he served for seven years as a campus minister and church planter in Ann Arbor, Michigan. A historian of eighteenth century North America, Peter’s areas of specialization include transatlantic revival religion, the origins of evangelicalism, and world Christianity.

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