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The Editorial

21st-century us?

The Evangelical Alliance (EA) has recently published the results of a survey carried out among 17,000 Christians attending various festivals held in the UK. It is titled 21st-century evangelicals: a snapshot of evangelical Christians in the UK.

John Benton

The research was not carried out at the more conservative evangelical conferences. But they did include Spring Harvest, New Wine and the Keswick Convention. If EN is regarded as on the conservative wing, this gives us an idea of the centre ground of today’s evangelicalism. The results are mixed, both encouraging and very worrying.