Dr. Jay Gary, evangelical author and leadership scholar reflects on his experience as a religious futurist, and challenges religious activists to study the future of faith and society, in the context of their own traditions.
Since the mid-1990s, I have been involved in comparative futures research with scholars from a wide variety spiritual traditions. In 2006 the World Network of Religious Futurists asked me to reflect on why as an Evangelical author, missiologist and leadership scholar, I am open to others. I wrote this essay as an Earl Award winner, on their 25th anniversary. External Link.