“In Search of Ancient Roots”, or why Evangelicals don’t have to get high

“In Search of Ancient Roots”, or why Evangelicals don’t have to get high September 7, 2018

Just what is so attractive about Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy that a small-but-steady trickle of Evangelicals are willing to abandon their faith for? In his book In Search of Ancient Roots, Kenneth Stewart explores the reasons former Evangelicals give for their exit from the faith and argues that much of what they are looking for is found within traditional Protestantism, if only we would abandon our obsession with the new and immediate in favor of the faith handed down to us.

You can listen to an interview with Dr. Stewart about this book here:

Also available through iTunes via the City of Man podcast.

Dr. Coyle Neal is co-host of the City of Man Podcast and an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, MO.

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