The Uneasy Conscience of Modern Fundamentalism
Originally published in 1947, The Uneasy Conscience of Modern Fundamentalism has since served as the manifesto of evangelical Christians serious about bringing the fundamentals of the Christian faith to bear in contemporary culture. In this classic book Carl F. H. Henry, the father of modern fundamentalism, pioneered a path for active Christian engagement with the world -- a path as relevant today as when it was first staked out.
Now available again and featuring a new foreword by Richard J. Mouw, The Uneasy Conscience of Modern Fundamentalism offers a bracing world-and-life view that calls for boldness on the part of the evangelical community. Henry argues that a reformation is imperative within the ranks of conservative Christianity, one that will result in an ecumenical passion for souls and in the power to meaningfully address the social and intellectual needs of the world.
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Review: The Uneasy Conscience of Modern FundamentalismUser Review - Cody Cunningham - Goodreads
I first read this book several years ago in college. I remembered finding a few valuable insights, but being largely unimpressed. Having just finished the second reading, I realize that I missed the ... Read full review
Review: The Uneasy Conscience of Modern FundamentalismUser Review - Aaron Carpenter - Goodreads
I can't believe this book was written in 1947! It's message is so relevant almost 70 years later. Of course, some of the definitions have changed during that time. For instance, Henry considered ... Read full review
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