progressive evangelicals


Progressive Evangelicals and the Pursuit of Social Justice, by Brantley W. Gasaway

Brantley Gasaway contends that the progressive evangelical movement "stands as strong as ever." Which is to say, not very strong at all.


Moral Minority, by David R. Swartz

David Swartz recovers the story of the unlikely coalition forged by progressive evangelicals in the 1960s and 1970s.


Faithworks, by Jim Wallis

In the preface to this book, Bill Moyers says that Jim Wallis is hard to "put into a box and label." Though Wallis, the editor of Sojourners, presents the gospel of individual piety, he is nothing like the Religious Right that roared back when religious liberals called for racial justice and the end of the Vietnam war.