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Worthen notes that, in addition to the late John Stott, evangelicals seem to naturally gravitate toward theologians from British Isles. Though these persons of interest are genuinely important thinkers, and more than worthy as apologists, philosophers, and fiction writers, there does seem to be a certain additional mystique attached to their nationality:Hva er så bakgrunnen? Skyldes det at amerikanerne føler seg intellektuelt mindreverdige? At Oxbridge klinger mer overbevisende enn Oklahoma? At pipe og tweed er bedre enn pie og jeans?
I suspect a more likely explanation for why American Evangelicals love the Brits is related to the reason we love the Jews: We believe that we share with these groups a historical and theological imagination.Den lengre artikkelen som omtales finnes her.