Survey: Evangelicals Most Concerned About American Culture

The National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) released the results of a survey in early October that showed evangelical leaders’ top concern as the state of American culture, including abortion-on-demand and the disintegration of the traditional family, the Associated Press (AP) reported.

NAE President Leith Anderson, who became interim NAE president last year after the Ted Haggard drug-sex scandal, told the AP that his group questioned 100 evangelical leaders, many of whom expressed concern over the gospel’s true representation in the U.S., worrying if the word “evangelical” has become too identified with politics.

Next to a deteriorating culture, leaders placed the poor, including immigrants and people with AIDS, as their second biggest concern.

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