The New Fault Lines | Which Side Are They On?

In by Joel Webbon

In this episode of Theology Applied, I play a little game with Megan Basham from Daily Wire. I mention a well-known leader in Evangelicalism by name, and then Megan and I place them in one of three categories.

Here’s the list of names we cover in this episode:

1) Timothy Keller
2) John Piper
3) Gavin Ortlund
4) Voddie Baucham
5) Matt Chandler
6) Michael Horton
7) Russell Moore
8) John MacArthur
9) R.C. Sproul
10) Doug Wilson

The “old” fault lines of Calvinism vs. Arminianism, Cessationism vs. Continuationism, and Baptist vs. Presbyterian are still important, but the “new” fault lines have quickly moved to the center of the debate. What are these “new” fault lines? Oh, you know. Things like Woke vs. Not Woke, Covid Tyranny vs. Personal Liberty, Socialism vs. Capitalism, Globalism vs. Nationalism, etc. Now what we’re starting to see when it comes to these “new” fault lines, we’re starting to see that there are basically only three camps:

1) Pietism (Apathy)
2) Pragmatism (Marxists)
3) Perseverance (Faithfulness)

You’re definitely not going to want to miss this episode!