Reforming Fundamentalism: Fuller Seminary and the New Evangelicalism (Google eBook)

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, Mar 1, 1995 - Religion - 319 pages
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The story of the first twenty years of Fuller Seminary, recounted in Reforming Fundamentalism, tells of how these high aspirations clashed with the realities of American cultural and intellectual life and especially with the realities of American evangelicalism. Moreover, these conflicts were refracted through the institution's intriguing personalities--often with dramatic and in a sense tragic outcomes.
  

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Review: Reforming Fundamentalism: Fuller Seminary and the New Evangelicalism

User Review  - Nathan - Goodreads

This is one of the best books on Church History I have read. Fascinating story with many lessons for us to learn and warnings to heed. Read full review

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User Review  - Demetrius Rogers - Goodreads

There are many people and facts to keep track of here. At times the details bog the narrative down a bit. But, overall, this is an enthralling account of the inception of Fuller Seminary and an even ... Read full review

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Contents

Fundamentalists Evangelicals and New Evangelicals
1
Fundamentalist Stars
13
The History before the History
31
Rebuilding Western Civilization
53
Redefining the Fundamentalist Mission
69
Evangelism
83
The Legacy of Fundamentalist Militancy
94
19501954 Amid the Fundamentalist Ethos
119
The Tensions of the New Evangelical
172
The Crisis and the Turning
197
The Changing of the Guard
220
End of an Era
245
The MegaSeminary
263
The Last Battle with Fundamentalism
277
How Evangelicalism Has Changed
299
INDEX
313

The Perils of New Departures
141
The New Evangelicalism
153

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