This article is the second part of a longer article. It summarizes the core beliefs of evangelicalism and their significance for the movement. These core beliefs include the authority of God exercised through Scriptures, the majesty of Jesus Christ in and through the cross, the lordship of the Holy Spirit, etc. Next, the author considers how evangelicals are to engage with the changed context in which they live, which is characterized by the demise of Christendom, the rise of post-modernity, and the post-Christian nature of society.
Source: Evangelical Quarterly, 2004. 17 pages.