An expert on culture and religion maintains it is unfortunate that a student group at Princeton University has decided to drop the word “evangelical” from its name. Princeton Evangelical Fellowship has changed its name to Princeton Christian Fellowship because members felt that the word “evangelical” now has a negative perception in contemporary American culture. However, Christian apologist Dr. Alex McFarland, insists that “evangelical” is a word that should be celebrated – not swept

under the rug because it refers to the spreading of the Good News of Jesus Christ. “You can be Christian but not be evangelical, but if you are evangelical, you are a Christian,” McFarland pointed out. “So, I’m just uncomfortable any time the people of God and Christian organizations are changing who they are – merely to respond to the spirit of the times. We’re not to be impacted by the times – we are to impact the times.” READ MORE