January 12, 2015
In 2011, writing for his Pangea Blog on Patheos, Kurt Willems coined the term, “Evangelical reject.” He wrote:
“I’ve had friends distance themselves from me because they think my views blindly accommodate for twenty-first century secular culture. Colleagues question my commitment to the Scriptures. Past and present church members discuss my heretical views behind my back. To top it all off, one time, in an angry email, a passage was quoted to me from one of the letters to Timothy that talked about false teachers. I’m an evangelical reject. And today, I’ve decided to embrace it.”
This year, Willems has written a follow-up post in which he not only states his most recent thinking on the topic but provides a new list to help readers discern whether they’re “evangelical rejects,” too.
Find out what’s on the list by reading Willems’s post, “Eight Signs That You Might Be An Evangelical Reject.”