I am an ordained minister in a Mainline Protestant denomination -- read non-evangelical denomination. I am also graduate twice over of one of the flag-ship evangelical seminaries -- Fuller Theological Seminary. Mainliners have been having an identity crisis for some time, as revealed in our crashing membership numbers. Now, it appears evangelicals are having an identity crisis. What is a Mainliner with Evangelical roots to do? While we constantly hear that 81% of White Evangelicals voted for Donald Trump, apparently a lot of "evangelical elites" have chosen not to join with this number. Martin Marty may have recently turned 90, but he's still adept at noticing trends and conversations. Here he notices a new book of essays edited by the President of my alma mater -- Mark Labberton -- that addresses this identity crisis. I've not read the book, but I've been feeling the angst. And, as usual Marty is worth reading!