Who are the Evangelicals?: Tracing the Roots of the Modern Movements
Explains the contemporary evangelical movement, both by tracing its historical roots and by exploring its major doctrinal concerns. The book looks at which distinguishes evangelicals from other Christians, explains what unifies evangelicals and draws attention to their diversity.
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