By Andy Crouch
In recent months, the Evangelical Portal at Patheos has been offering a series called YEV, asking two questions. First, "Why are you an Evangelical?" In other words, how did you come to be an Evangelical, or what do you still find of value in the Evangelical tradition? And second, "Where would you like to see Evangelicalism in 10-20 years?" That is, how does Evangelicalism still have to grow and mature? How can Evangelicals improve their witness and their ministry in the world?:::newsletter:::
In this installment, we are honored to hear from Andy Crouch, senior editor of Christianity today International and the author of Culture-Making: Recovering Our Creative Calling, which was named a best book of 2008 by Publisher's Weekly, Relevant, Outreach, and Leadership, and won Christianity Today's 2009 Book Award for Christianity and Culture. Andy received his M.Div. from Boston University's School of Theology, is a member of the editorial board for Books and Culture, and is a senior fellow at the International Justice Mission's IJM Institute.
Timothy Dalrymple interviewed Andy in November at Harvard University's Memorial Church. Different portions of the interview will be featured at Patheos in coming weeks.
See other videos in this series:
- Dr. Mark D. Roberts, a leading pastor and author, and famous blogger of MarkDRoberts.com
- Richard Stearns, President of World Vision United States.
- Dr. Kathy Tuan-MacLean, Boston area director of InterVarsity's Graduate and Faculty Ministry
- Jeff Barneson, a "sandal-wearing guru" of campus ministry at Harvard University
- Dr. Daniel Harrell, a pastor at Boston's storied Park Street Church
- Dr. Walter Kim, Korean-American pastor of Adult Education at Park Street Church
- Joshua Good, who is doing social justice work in Washington, D.C.