- Introducing Evangelicalism (identity, definition).
- Historical survey, especially in Western Europe and North America.
- Studies of groups within evangelicalism - denominations, free churches, house churches. Charismatic and non-charismatic approaches. Differences in approaches.
- Contemporary issues and challenges for the evangelical movement (examples include human sexuality and marriage, capitalism and social justice, the prosperity gospel, and theological matters such as the new perspective on Paul and penal substitutionary atonement).
- Evangelical and non-Evangelical approaches to Christianity in Western Europe and North America.
- Considerations of philosophical, social, cultural, hermeneutical, ethical, and political aspects of evangelical theology and practice.
- Future prospects and possible paths for evangelicalism.
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