Carl McIntire: “The fundamentalist who created today’s conservative template”

"When I was growing up in New Jersey in the 1950s and ’60s, there was persistent political controversy over proposals to put fluoride in the public water supply. Among the leading opponents was Carl McIntire... the foremost fundamentalist of his day." - RNS

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Is Evangelicalism Due for a Hundred-Year Schism?

"The specific issues are many, some comparatively new (critical race theory, former President Donald Trump), some all too familiar (racism and race relations beyond the one theory, roles of women, sexual ethics, Christian nationalism, church handling of abuse), all with a political edge." - C.Today

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Evangelical Christianity: A Guide for the Perplexed

"Evangelical Christianity is not a 'bounded set' category but a 'centered set' category. Evangelical Christianity has absolutely nothing to do with politics. Some evangelical Christians are monarchists (especially outside the United States) while others are republicans; some evangelical Christians (even in the United States) are politically and socially liberal and others are socially and politically conservative." - Roger Olson

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John Stott at 100: Why Evangelicals Still Need Him

"If Stott’s primary objective had been his ecclesial career in the Church of England, he might well have sought unity that avoided such questions as the verbal inspiration of Scripture or the objective nature of the atonement, or the necessary historicity of the virgin birth and the bodily resurrection, much less the biblical teachings on such culturally contested questions as marriage and sexuality." - Russell Moore

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