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I'm grateful for the evangelical resurgence we've seen across the world in the last half-century or so. It truly has been God's doing.
If you read Islamic creationist literature, it's pretty much lifted from American evangelical literature.
I don't think that John Kerry is the Messiah or the Democratic Party is the answer, but I don't like the evangelical community blessing the Republican Party as some kind of God-ordained instrument for solving the world's problems.
In America, evangelical churches have often been bastions of conservatism, providing support for the status quo.
I'm evangelical on the subject of some chefs and writers.
I think it goes back to the fact that the evangelical community often does not have a biblical vision of God.
In the past, the Republican Party has depended on unified support at election time from Evangelical Christians. But times are changing!
The two hot issues are the gay issue and the abortion issue. These are the two defining issues in the evangelical community these days. I'm sure that these hot buttons will be pushed, time and time again.
Evangelical Christians, who once were a ridiculed irrelevant sectarian movement, have, over just three decades, become a powerful voting bloc that can no longer be ignored.
Most of my fundamentalist brothers and sisters - and I am an evangelical, so I can say most of my fundamentalist brothers and sisters - are quite willing to pack women off and send them as missionaries to dangerous places where they might get killed.
While attendance at traditional churches has been declining for decades... the evangelical movement is growing, and it is changing the way America worships.
It's hard to pin down what it means to be an evangelical today. It's been diluted quite a bit. It is a powerful voting bloc, no question, but they're liberal as well as conservative - and they're made of Latinos, blacks, whites.
When I was in second grade, my mother moved from Miami to this evangelical conservative environment in western North Carolina, two miles down the road from Billy Graham and his wife, Ruth.
For me, I've never been too concerned of what people think of me, so now as the youngest Baldwin brother in Hollywood making movies while simultaneously being a charismatic evangelical born again Christian who's an evangelist - that's a pretty crazy combination.
I had a born-again experience at the age of 33. As a result of that I found a church where I felt I was being fed properly. I don't say that as a reflection on Catholicism. But once I was born again, I got an evangelical spirit.
Evangelical churches are weaker than we realize because we don't teach the confessions and doctrine.
J. I. Packer
The Evangelical party in the Church of Scotland will lay all flat if they be not prevented.
I grew up in a very fundamentalist, evangelical Christian household. Both my parents were born-again - their faith infused every aspect of my childhood. I'll probably spend most of my life working through that.
The main benefit of the book for the more experienced practitioners is as an evangelical tool. The book will give you some ways of expressing the value and importance of your work that you may not have had before.
Jesse James Garrett
Pride is one of the socially acceptable sins in some corners of the evangelical culture. It's just straight-out ego gratification - how important I am; whether my name gets on the building or on the TV program or in the magazine article.
I attended an evangelical Christian university on the outskirts of suburban Los Angeles and by the time of my graduation was neither evangelical nor Christian.
I am a bit odd. I am somewhat evangelical. But I am not crazy.
I am a bit evangelical, I know, but performance-capture is still misunderstood.
Even political insiders recognize that years of political effort on behalf of Evangelical Christians have generated little cultural gain.
Once the cry and the cause of a generation of progressives to make America safer, fairer and cleaner, 'regulation' is now a dirty word in our politics. Even Democrats are quick to talk about cutting regulations; Republicans hate them with - how to put it? - evangelical fervor.
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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