A writer for the liberal British paper The Guardian offers a two-part series on the state of liberal Christianity and his prescription for a cure.
Here is the final paragraph of the second piece.
Being a liberal Christian is not enough – this tradition gravitates to rational humanism, and also to cultural blandness. It impotently looks on at the theatrical thrills that spill from other less liberal churches. We need a new liberal Christianity that directly addresses these deep-rooted deficiencies. If we seek the revival of liberal Christianity, we must not just be liberals, but cultic-liberals.