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What Our Journey from Cold Warriors to Religious Consumers Means for the Church

Mid-Century Modern The religious context for most North American congregations in the second half of the 20th century was fairly clear. Varieties of congregations that tried to live by the moniker “Bible believing”. Debates between them were seen as “intramural”. … Continue reading

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