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Deconstructing Evangelicalism

What does our nation's history have to do with today's church? Why are so many Christians taking their faith apart? How can we learn from past mistakes? Cameron McAllister addresses the recent trend of Christian “deconstruction” wherein popular and well-known evangelicals publicly leave the faith. Cameron examines the culture of evangelicalism, specifically, and the church, more broadly, with an eye toward the history of both in the United States, as well as the impact of current events.

We encourage you to pick up a copy of Cameron’s book, Faith That Lasts.

This event was hosted by the C.S. Lewis Institute Chicago and held at The Branch Community Church. Learn more about upcoming CSLI events and opportunities in the Chicago area.

Cameron McAllister

Cameron McAllister is the Director of Content and a Teaching Fellow for the C.S. Lewis Institute. He is also the co-founder of Thinking Out Loud where he’s a speaker, writer and one half of the Thinking Out Loud podcast, a weekly podcast about current events and Christian hope. He is the co-author (with his father, Stuart) of Faith That Lasts: A Father and Son on Cultivating Lifelong Belief. A staff writer with Christ & Pop Culture, Cameron’s writing has appeared in Christianity Today, Relevant Magazine, Think Christian, and Fathom Magazine. He holds a masters degree in apologetics from Houston Baptist University. Cameron and his wife Heather live in the Atlanta area with their two children.  

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