Most internet users, surprisingly enough, don’t look to esoteric bloggers for answers. They turn to the Almighty Search Engine, which more often than not is Google (hey, we all can’t hang on to AltaVista, Lycos, Excite, and Webcrawler). Therefore, I thought our discussion of what is an evangelical wouldn’t be complete without letting Google chime in:
As you can see, all the pixels we’ve spent here determining the nature of evangelicalism could have been easily solved by Google’s “Suggest” feature. Scary.
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