What Do We Mean By ‘Progressive’ and ‘Conservative’?
We toss around words like “conservative” and “progressive” without really understanding – or agreeing on – the meaning of these terms.
This week, David and Curtis discuss how these labels simply don’t work when applied across both theology and politics.
How is the equivocation surrounding these terms misleading and therefore damaging to Christian discourse? Can politics be used as a proxy for faithfulness? If so, when?
Join David and Curtis as they dive deeper into the word “progressive” and “conservative” and attempt to provide clarity on this common, important conversational terminology.
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