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For most of the last two centuries, evangelicals equated “conversion” with “revivalism.” But in recent years, the understanding of conversion has shifted, and evangelicals are reconsidering what they think about salvation, the nature and mission of the church, and the character of religious experience. Christianity Today has several articles analyzing what conversion is, what it is not, and what it could become in the future.

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