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Lost in the middle? : claiming an inclusive faith for moderate Christians who are both liberal and evangelical

Author: Wesley J Wildman; Stephen Chapin Garner
Publisher: Herndon, Va. : Alban Institute, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wesley J Wildman; Stephen Chapin Garner
ISBN: 9781566993722 1566993725
OCLC Number: 294998532
Notes: "scripture quotations, are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible."--T.p. verso.
Description: xxi, 212 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Haunting questions and one-sided answers. Five haunting questions ; Behind the questions : five genuine disagreements --
Lost in the middle? Neglected moderates ; Culture wars and religion ; Reasons for the emergence of liberal-evangelical Christianity --
A cultural divide in American Christianity. The liberal-conservative split in politics ; Relations between religion and society ; Morality and the liberal-conservative conflict --
We're different, and that's ok--except when it's not. Basic sociological principles ; Core message pluralism ; The curious social strategy of liberal-evangelical Christianity --
Reclaiming a noble heritage. Early history ; Modern history ; Liberal evangelicalism --
Conclusion.
Responsibility: Wesley J. Wildman, Stephen Chapin Garner.
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