Contraceptive Evangelicals?

At The American Spectator, Mark Tooley chronicles what he calls “the leftward drift” of the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE). For Tooley, the biggest example of this change is highlighted in the recent disclosure that the NEA has been receiving funds from “the pro-choice Hewlett Foundation via the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy.” “In some ways,” Tooley writes, “NAE now resembles the group it was founded partly to counteract, the National Council of Churches. No longer striving to speak for evangelicals, NAE now, like the NCC, tries to speak prophetically to its church members.”

Read at The American Spectator

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