Proclaim & Defend: What are we to make of the moderates who affirm (they claim) the fundamental doctrines of the faith but hinder and ultimately oppose the efforts of Fundamentalists to call men to accountability to those doctrines? The problem has not gone away with the end of the Fundamentalist-Modernist controversy. Fundamentalism has always struggled against the drag of more tolerant conservatives in its midst.
By Larry Oats (PhD) - author, Dean of Maranatha Baptist Seminary: It is the purpose of this work to explore one theological segment—the doctrine of the church, including how the various men and movements came to understand this doctrine and how that understanding affected their affiliations and actions
Proclaim & Defend: Just because there is no mandate, warrant, pattern, program, or agenda spelled out for the churches in the Scripture to be involved in evangelistic social programs does not mean that it is necessarily wrong to be involved in such programs, if the purpose is to win people to Christ and disciple them.