Books

The Roots of Postfundamentalist Evangelicalism (and Fundamentalism)

"One thing that I perhaps should mention is that evangelicalism (and fundamentalism) is the sum of reactions to the Enlightenment. In this sense, both movements are reactionary, but with turtle-like reactions of decades to a problem now centuries old." - Don Johnson

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Beyond Authority and Submission: A Review

"This selectivity in choosing examples could lead the reader to miss the overarching trends that we see in scripture with respect to male and female roles....When giving positive examples of men and women, which qualities are typically emphasized in the Bible? Miller's analysis seems to give a flattened-out answer to this question." - Ref21

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Focus on the Family's Tim Goeglein Talks About “American Restoration”

"Goeglein says his time in Washington hasn’t made him cynical. In fact, as you’ll hear, it’s made him hopeful. But it’s a hope underpinned by the hope of the Gospel, and a belief that Christians can and will engage the current culture and not flee from it. These are ideas he explains in his new book “American Restoration:  How Faith, Family, and Personal Sacrifice Can Heal Our Nation.” - BreakPoint

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David Bentley Hart’s Lonely, Last Stand for Christian Universalism

In his new book, That All Shall Be Saved: Heaven, Hell, and Universal Salvation, "Hart is no longer countering unbelief—as in Atheist Delusions (2010)—but is now in all-out war with fellow Christians believers who hold to traditional views on heaven and hell." - TGC

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