Tony Campolo is founder of the Evangelical Association for the Promotion of Education (EAPE) and professor emeritus of sociology at Eastern University.
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A Cure for Burnouts
Far too often, activists do little to nurture their souls. Consequently, they "burn out." Ignoring the need for spiritual revitalization to sustain their zeal on behalf of the poor and oppressed, they wear out and fade into oblivion. Often those who were one-time dynamic spokespersons for social justice while living out countercultural values become exhausted from working hard with very little sense of accomplishment. Becoming cynical, they sometimes say disparaging things about those who [...]
Stan Guthrie's Red Letter Blues
In response to Stan Guthrie's article in the October 2007 Christianity Today, "When Red Is Blue: Why I Am Not A Red Letter Christian," Tony Campolo wrote the following open letter as a response.
I have to say, "You got us right!" You said:
Though I [...]
Reconnecting Spiritual Practice, Evangelism, and Justice
Many Christians are questioning whether evangelicals care enough about trying to change the political and economic institutions of our society so that they will provide equal justice for all of its
Holding It Together
Peggy and Tony Campolo dialogue about the church and homosexuality.
A Life of Integrity
Concern for the Church
The Bible gives very clear instructions that Christians should be subject to government authorities (Romans 13:1-4).
Civility in Conflict
Can Christians learn how to disagree without being disagreeable? As we enter the political arena, can we learn to differ without trashing those who disagree with us?
Faith in Search of a Home
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