Christianity Today recently asked the question “What was the most significant change in Christianity over the past decade?”
I thought the answers were interesting and insightful. If they had asked me I would have said that the diminishing importance of denominations has been a significant change over the last 10 years. My wife and I arrived in New Orleans 5 days after Hurricane Katrina had done its’ damage. We were blown away by the unity among Christians in that situation. Naturally a crisis is going to cause people to act differently than they normally would, but that was a pinnacle experience for the changing attitudes I’ve seen toward Christian diversity.
What changes have you seen in Christianity? Did any of the responses in the article stick out to you?