Tony Campolo

Campolo and Claiborne are right about failures within the evangelical movement and may even be right about it being time
Trump, for many, is the incarnation of the traits and values of their cultural version of God. It does not follow that Evangelicals worship Trump, but it just may be that he represents the values that they project as the values of God.
Yesterday I was reading about Matthew Vines, author of God and the Gay Christian, and his continuing effort to be in dialogue with evangelical Christian leaders about the acceptance of LGBTQ people in the church.
Campolo explains why it's taken him this long to go public with this position. For one, he has spent so many years trying to strengthen healthy discourse between the two often disparate groups. 
“You know me. I am not afraid you’re going to hell because the God I believe in doesn’t send people to hell for eternity
Whatever the subject, there's more uncomfortable tension in the evangelical family than a Sacha Baron Cohen movie. This has many evangelicals wondering if we have a future together at all.
Categories like "liberal" and "conservative" don't actually exist. It's more accurate to think in terms of spectrums. No one is outright conservative or outright liberal. We all live somewhere between these two poles.
We should commend his service and giving for social good just as we might the activist, but none of this should shadow the reality that poverty and injustice exist because of an unjust system that favors victors with spoils and curses the less fortunate with misery.
To say that something like sexual orientation, race, economic status, gender are not issues to us is to speak from a position of privilege.
Because of the increase in life longevity, America can now assume that at any given time three, and perhaps four, former
At last count there were 9,943 faith-based organizations with ministries in Haiti. Yet Haiti has continued in a downward spiral, not in spite of all these "good works," but in great part because of them.
I do, however, have to take issue with Time's #1 story in this category, "The Economy Trumps Religion." The short piece argues