A New Evaluative Question: "Would Jesus Have to Be Crucified to Make This Sermon Work?": Interview with William Willimon

Friday, 22 Jun 2007

One of MR's aims is to insist that "conservative/liberal" (or "fundamentalist/modernist") is not the only important distinction to be drawn in the American Protestant landscape. For one thing, not all conservatives are as serious about Scripture as they claim to be. Nor are all so-called liberals actually as compromised as they might at first appear when evaluated through fundamentalist rather than confessional lenses. Moreover, only seeing conservatives and liberals (even when this division is important) has led many evangelicals to neglect the richness of their particular traditions (Baptist, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Reformed, etc.) ...

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