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Christianity Today: March 2022

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Frustration with the increasing ambiguity of the word evangelical is a common starting point for many who now describe themselves as deconstructing. In this...

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Purchase this individual issue of Christianity Today or subscribe to get complete access to 60+ years of archives, subscriber-only features, and future issues of CT. Please allow 4-5 days for order processing.

Frustration with the increasing ambiguity of the word evangelical is a common starting point for many who now describe themselves as deconstructing. In this month’s cover story, theologian Kirsten Sanders offers a helpful definition of deconstruction: “the struggle to correct or deepen naive belief.” Even more helpfully, she rightly sees that struggle as akin to our theological work of knowing and loving God more deeply. As our cover asks this month, aren't you deconstructing, too?

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