The Future of Evangelicalism: Stronger, Smaller, and Stranger

August 18, 2015 — Leave a comment


We’ll be left with a church of upstream swimmers, people who cling to their faith identity despite a powerful counter current of anti-Christian sentiment.

For one brief moment last May evangelicals and atheists celebrated the same thing. What had these disparate groups clapping in unison? The Pew Research Center’s report on “America’s Changing Religious Landscape.”

Atheists trumpeted the continuing rise of the “nones,” those who affiliate with no religion. The study showed that, in the space of seven years, the number of unaffiliated had jumped from 16.1 to 22.8 percent of the population.

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Drew Nathan Dyck is an acquisitions editor at Moody Publishers and a senior editor at He's the author of Yawning at Tigers (2014) and Generation Ex: Christian (2010)

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