Future of Faith in America: Progressive Christianity
Progressive Christianity—drawing together mainline Protestants, emergent Christians, and post-evangelicals—gathers its strength from a new vision of the world, one defined by justice and wholeness. The challenges, however, are many: cultural, theological, environmental, and institutional.
Yet there is reason for hope, and the energy of a common goal unites a wide diversity of Christian believers. These essays address both the unity of faith and that diversity, confronting head-on some of the obstacles and opportunities ahead.
This topic is part of our summer symposium on the Future of Faith in America. For more resources visit our Future of Faith main page.
Nomads, Indians, and Saints: A Generation in Search of Real Christianity
A New Pastoral Leadership in the 21st Century: Authentic and Transparent
Belief and Behavior Up, Belonging Down
Our Christian Future: Faith Liberated from Religion
Progressive Christianity and the BlackLivesMatter Movement
Progressives and Justice: A Shaking of the Foundations
Progressive Christianity: Imagine a Future Like the Kingdom of God
A Desirable Future for Progressive Faith: Three Conversions Required
Living "In God" Shapes the Future of Faith
The Netflix-ization of the Church
Organic, Free-Range Church: Where the Church Goes From Here
Wild Yeast and Open Fermentation: The Future of Progressive Christianity
Progressive Christianity: Opportunities Ahead
Is There a Future for Progressive Christianity?
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