Believers of “Fuzzy Faith”

This article just appeared in the London Telegraph: Britons Are Believers of “Fuzzy Faith,” Says Survey According to the study, only 12 per cent of Britons feel they “belong” to a church, compared with 52 per cent in France.  It also found that the UK has one of the highest rates of “fuzzy faith” – […]

The Coming Evangelical Revival

Earlier this week, the Christian Science Monitor carried a disturbing piece called “The Coming Evangelical Collapse,” written by Michael Spencer.  It said, in part: “We are on the verge – within 10 years – of a major collapse of evangelical Christianity. This breakdown will follow the deterioration of the mainline Protestant world and it will […]

Is Christianity Fading in America?

This week’s newspapers are full of disturbing news about the state of Christianity in America.  A new report from The Program on Public Values at Trinity College in Hartford surveyed over 54,000 adults last year and discovered. The percentage of Christians in American has declined significantly in recent years. The number of people who claim […]

To Pigeon Forge & Muslim Influence in British Libraries

I’m off to Pigeon Forge today to conduct a retreat for a group from the Columbus, Georgia area.  I’ve become good friends with Jerry and Linda Scarborough, the organizers of the annual gathering, and I’m looking forward to being with them and their expanding group of friends. Before leaving Nashville, I found a fascinating article […]