Don Thorsen forwarded me an interesting graph published in the January edition of Christianity Today. The graph shows that more pastors today identify themselves as Wesleyan/Arminian than Reformed. (I assume these are pastors in the U.S., but I'm not sure.)
Even more interesting, the largest margin of pastors who identify as Wesleyan/Arminian is in the 27-45-year-old range.
I'm not sure what this means, but perhaps it's a sign of hope that the general form of theology we hold dear on Naznet is now becoming more influential than the form of theology we often criticize on Naznet.