The rich history of the Christian faith includes vigorous thinking, boasts prominent early scientists and the founding of some of the most prestigious colleges (such as Harvard).  That fact is clouded today by the cultural stereotype of the evangelical Christian as an anti-science simpleton unwilling to ask difficult questions and unable to answer them.  Unfortunately, as the church continues to lose its influence and political divisions widen, too many evangelicals are playing into that stereotype.  

That attached article brings up some fair critiques.  What a great time for The Post Covid Church to step in, and make sure members don’t just believe, but know what they believe.  

https://www.newyorker.com/news/daily-comment/the-wasting-of-the-evangelical-mind

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