The National Association of Evangelicals began its semi-annual General Council meeting Thursday in Dallas, Texas, with a long list of social and ecumenical topics to discuss from an âevangelical perspective.â
According to Kyle Fisk, Executive Administrator of the NAE, the board members will vote on resolutions concerned with the next generation of Evangelical leaders, mainline denominations, the issue of immigration, and military religious freedom.
"The wide-ranging list of topics is consistent with the alliance's recent focus on holistic mission." I have news for them. The whole is not greater than the part of spreading the Gospel. If they won a social mission, let them do it inside a political party or social organization. They could all join the Salvation Army. The Salvation Army had the idea of social mission long before they did.
Perhaps, the NAE should change its name to NCC? they are rapidly evolving into churches with mainline theologies.