Boyd has alienated many mainstream evangelicals by disowning conservative politics, attacking the idea that America is a Christian nation, and embracing "Open Theism."
If Boyd decides to join the Brethren in Christ, I think he will find some fellow travelers. But he will also find a lot of mainstream evangelicals. If a recent session on the historical identity of the BIC is any indication, it seems as if the denomination is facing a bit of an identity crisis. Watch it here:
If Woodland Hills does join the Brethren in Christ it will be the only BIC congregation in the state of Minnesota.