Every month, Evangelical Dark Web publishes a report of the previous month, provides ministry updates, and a survey of where things are at in the world of Evangelicalism. October was a fantastic month for the growth of Evangelical Dark Web. Some major stories include the MeToo of Mike Bickle, our exposure of The Chosen, Andy Stanley’s continued support for homosexuality, and a heated debate surrounding dispensationalism in light of the renewed conflict in the Middle East.
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- YouTube Subscriber Growth: +108
During October we wrote about John Hagee. This was published at the beginning of November. The next verdict will be on John MacArthur. This verdict will be handled differently than prior verdicts. But because of the volume of requests, it is next on the docket.
Right now, the YouTube channel has a lot of momentum. October was a good month. Thanksgiving may interrupt this momentum as holidays are prone to do. We shall see.
I am happy to announce that I am working on a book titled Winning Not Winsome. Right now, we are gathering some endorsements from names you might recognize.
Evangelical Dark Web’s audio podcast is growing rapidly. In September, we surpassed 25000 total downloads. Subscribe to it here.
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Soli Deo Gloria,