Evangelism in a Pluralistic Nation

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Evangelism in a Pluralistic Nation
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Recent research has indicated that younger people in America are less likely to be religiously affiliated than older generations. If current trends continued, by 2050, Christians may be in the minority in America. This would be the first time that a majority of Americans did not identify as Christians in the nation’s history.

As our children will enter a religious landscape marked by pluralism, how should the church think about its place in society, and especially its evangelistic efforts? This week on the podcast, we discuss.

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