In your opinion, what is the end game of “progressive” Christianity?

It depends on whether youre talking about liberal theology itself, or the particular liberal churches...

Liberal theology itself is simply the reaction of protestantism to higher criticism -- when you read the earliest liberals, this is what its all about: that scripture was not written by the great men who tradition says, and that its authors are backwards savages compared to modern men.

It will inevitably dissolve into secularism, although i wouldnt say thats what its founders intended... the whole movement is pretty close to this point now.

The particular churches all have their own little agendas, but they're irrelevant -- liberal christianity will be dead in a few decades. They have terminal demography and cannot recover.

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