In the 1950s, Mainline Protestants were the largest group of Protestants in the United States. Since then, the churches have seen decline and their footprint in American culture has shrunk. Members have left, churches has closed and budgets shrink.
Some people think this tradition is doomed and will die in a few decades.
But is that really the story? Is the Mainline tradition worth saving? What caused the decline and what could bring about a renaissance?
Grumpy Old Men
Preaching As Truth Telling
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