„The past week has produced a fascinating cluster of essays, articles, op-eds, blog posts and assorted other thumb-suckers and navel-gazers revisiting the perennial question of evangelical identity.
Everyone agrees that “evangelicals” are some kind of Christian. Protestant-types mostly. Beyond that, things get murky and disputed. What are the boundaries of this “evangelical” identity and how are they best determined? Are they theological, or doctrinal, or cultural, or political? (And by “political” do we mean that they correspond to non-sectarian partisan politics or that they are boundaries shaped by power-struggles from factions competing for influence and money within the sub-culture or sect or movement or whatever of “evangelicalism”?)”