John Stonestreet and Ed Stetzer survey the future of the evangelicalism after the death of Billy Graham, who served for the better part of a century as a touchstone of evangelical identity. Despite the rumors of evangelicalism’s demise, research shows that the movement is still numerically strong. Our hosts also take stock of China’s move to make Xi Jinping leader for life and call out the hypocrisy of Hollywood lecturing the country on morality at the Oscars.
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