The Fundamentals for the Twenty-First Century: Examining the Crucial Issues of the Christian Faith

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Mal Couch
Kregel Academic - Religion - 656 pages
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In the early decades of the twentieth century, a prophetic series of books took a bold stand in the debate over the essential meaning of Christianity. With the publication of The Fundamentals: A Testimony to the Truth, a new term entered religious language, fundamentalism, which then meant an adherence to the fundamental doctrines of biblical Christianity. Nearly a century later, biblical Christianity faces similar challenges, both from within and without its ranks. The term fundamentalism and the faith it represents have been debased by cultural change, entrenched secularism, and theological confusion. This new landmark work, with contributions from thirty-four notable Bible scholars, pastors, and teachers, sets forth a distinctively biblical agenda for the Christian faith in the twenty-first century.

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User Review  - 12stringer - Christianbook.com

The scholarship represented here is first rate albeit somewhat slanted. The writers who contributed articles to the original series of The Fundamentals 100 years ago represented a broad spectrum of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Justin Olmstead - Christianbook.com

The men involved with The Fundamentals for the 21st Century delivered a body of doctrine in a polemic (and at times apologetic) fashion that is much needed at this point in church history. This book ... Read full review

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