Feel free to answer any or all of them:
1. Does the evangelical church really need a new reformation?
2. If it happened, where/how would it start?
3. What would happen to the Christian book publishing/Christian music/Christian retail industry, as a result of a genuine reformation?
4. How would major Christian conferences/retreats be affected, if at all?
5. Who might be the leading men & woman to spearhead a new reformation?
6. How would it affect you personally, to see a wave of solid, outspoken men and women in the church, calling for a Sola Scriptura approach to Christianity?
7. Did the first reformation go far enough?
8. Does Evangelicism 2008 really look like Biblical Christianity?
9. How would a new reformation change local church ministries (Sunday school classes, youth groups, music ministry, Bible studies, etc.)?
10. Would Christian blogging have any kind of impact on such an idea? (if so, how would Christian blogging be a useful vehicle for promoting a new reformation?)
I'd really be interested in your thoughts on this topic.
(Since this is a repost from 2007, the comments from last year are still there - please feel free to add to those with your thoughts.)