Great article and I'm in agreement that it's radically needed to change for years with the rise of "Christian" nationalism and celebrity preachers. However, I would caution you on praising Ed Setzer—especially as a modern day Jeremiah. The man is shrouded in controversy and has been involved in some major unethical decisions and conflict of interests given his support of disgraced pastor James McDonald and role with Christianity Today. Fellow investigative journalist, Julie Roys, has reported on this extensively here (scroll down a bit and you'll see what I mean):