To be or not to be … an evangelical

An enduring question for at least some former or might-be evangelicals is whether we still think of ourselves as evangelicals — what is gained and lost in doing so.

Brought up short

I am an almost classic case of the evangelical on the Canterbury Trail, but I don’t see the evidence that the graceful aestheticism of liturgy “produces” gracious persons or that worshiping in the beauty of holiness makes holy persons.