Well, at least one mainline church, that which I grew up in. What's so great? Well, the sermon was a man's testimony of coming to faith in Christ--really a kind of thing mostly seen with evangelicals and fundamentalists. I've also noted that very few of the books seen there are from that denomination's press, and that they've largely abandoned the "Good News Bible" for readings in favor of the NIV and ESV.
Why so good? Well, it means that those in theologically liberal churches are realizing that that theology doesn't have a lot to say, and so they're looking elsewhere. Those of us in theologically conservative, Bible-based churches ought to take note.
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