By Sam Reimer,Michael Wilkinson
In A tradition of religion, Sam Reimer and Michael Wilkinson argue that evangelical Protestants proceed to teach robust allegiance to their congregations. via a countrywide learn, together with interviews with over pastors and an research of economic assets, the authors argue that evangelical Protestant congregations display higher resiliency inside of a broader context of declining religiosity. in line with their findings, weekly church attendance between evangelicals is considerably better than the nationwide typical, church attendees say they get major amusement from their spiritual teams, formative years participation is excessive, and evangelicals usually tend to volunteer. whereas there's indicators of decline at the horizon, Canadian evangelical congregations appear to stay very important at a time whilst so much different Christian traditions are waning.
A sincerely awarded research of evangelical ideals, organisations, leaders, and funds, A tradition of religion unearths the present energy of evangelical Protestantism and its implications for the way forward for faith in Canada.
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A Culture of Faith: Evangelical Congregations in Canada by Sam Reimer,Michael Wilkinson