This chapter demonstrates that there are evangelical ways of unfolding spiritual geographies that transcend their institutional structures that have not yet been fully explored. It argues that evangelical Protestants tend to orient themselves toward the supernatural by seeking to understand God, spirits, and spiritual reality by way of propositional sentences that create ideological worlds. The chapter shows that the ideological world created by evangelical propositions about the supernatural may not be based on the inerrancy of the Bible, but instead on a biblical narration of a spiritual world that circumscribes everyday action. It uses Wheaton College's attempt to fire Larycia Hawkins to highlight the difference between institutional spiritual geographies and intellectual convictions about the supernatural that defy the boundaries of an evangelical institution. The chapter contributes to the study of spaces of spirituality by showing that evangelical Christianities are not necessarily always institutional impositions of religion but can also lead to ways of being that transcend institutions as well.