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Sixty percent of Manhattan’s evangelical churches have started since 1978 — Washington Times

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If you want to learn more about this evangelical renaissance in Manhattan, the first place to go is the incredible website, A Journey Through NYC Religions. And in particular, read their 12-part series “The Making of the Post-Secular City” —beginning with the first part: “The Manhattan Evangelicals.”

Spiritual dreams of becoming a New Yorker

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Andi Andrew is not your typical pastor’s wife.

Part 12: The Making of the Postsecular City. The global impact

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A fundamental change in the role of faith in New York City affects the mindspace of the world.

Part 11: The Making of the Postsecular City. The reasons it happened

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The increase goes beyond traditional explanations of church growth like friends bringing friends and relatives to church, a new technique of church planting, or a charismatic evangelist.

Part 10: The Making of the Postsecular City. Hillsong NYC, the newest church on the island…this week

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In November Tammy Wong decided to check out Hillsong, the newest church. She had listened to their music and liked its rock and roll joy for life. She had also heard a little bit about the church from her cousin in Hong Kong. Hillsong is the largest church in Australia and has branches in London, […]

Part 8: The Making of the Postsecular City. The West Side story

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What evangelical church options does Tammy have today? There are now over 200 options for an evangelical looking for a church home in Manhattan Center City. This number is over ten times the number of options that Tammy had in 1975.

Part 7: The Making of the Postsecular City. The Manhattan Evangelicals in the year 2000: a new era

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Religion was making a comeback. Name a religion and it had believers in the city, sometimes a lot of them.

Op-Ed: Defeating the “Elijah Complex” in 1978. A Retrospective by Joe Battaglia of Renaissance Communications

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In the rocky years of 1978-1979 several things worked together to create a sense of renewed possibilities for church growth.

Part 6: The Making of the Postsecular City. The Manhattan Evangelicals’ comeback in 1978

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In 1978 the number of evangelical church plants jumped to three times greater than the average number planted per year for the previous decades.

Part 5: The Making of the Postsecular City. The Manhattan Evangelicals and the City’s comeback

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However, at its lowest point the city opted to rehabilitate itself. Often, outsiders played pivotal roles. On November 20, 1976 Rupert Murdoch bought and reinvented a failing New York Post while promoting the retirement of the pathetic Mayor Abe Beame in favor of Ed Koch. During the new mayor’s tenure, author Jonathan Mahler recalls, “The […]

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