Anyone who’s read this blog knows I tend to be critical of mainline Christianity. It’s not that I want to leave what has been my theological home for two decades; it’s that I get frustrated at some of it’s shortcomings.
Despite all of that, mainline/progressive/liberal Christianity is my home. As much as I respect my evangelical beginnings, I don’t belong there anymore. My current home might be a fixer-upper, but it’s still home.
So, I get a bit sad when I hear stories about how Mainline Protestantism is shrinking. People leave the church. Congregations close. Denominational offices keep cutting staff. Will this form of Christianity even be around in 20 years or so?
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