Most Popular Posts of the Last Week

Here are the most popular posts of the last week at The Way of Improvement Leads Home:

  1.  What Happens When an Evangelical Pundit, Armed Only with 58K Twitter Followers and a Reference to the Bebbington Quadrilateral, Takes on a Historian
  2. The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Report on Racism and Slavery is Well-Done and It is a Big Step in the Right Direction
  3. Darryl Hart Weighs-In on the Thomas Kidd-Jonathan Merritt Debate
  4. David Barton’s New Book
  5. Why I Defended Southern Baptist Theological Seminary’s Statement on its Racist Past
  6. Should Evangelicals be Defined by Their Spiritual Commitments or Something Else?
  7. Yes, There Was an “Evangelical” Movement in the Eighteenth Century and it Should be Defined Theologically
  8. Court Evangelical Eric Metaxas Says Maria Butina is Probably Innocent
  9. Anxious Benchers Weigh-In on the Kidd-Merritt Dust-Up
  10. Historicizing “Sweet Home Alabama”