Assumed Evangelicalism: Some Reflections En Route to Denying the Gospel

Friday, 31 Aug 2007

You may have heard the story of the Mennonite Brethren movement. One particular analysis goes like this: the first generation believed and proclaimed the gospel and thought that there were certain social entailments. The next generation assumed the gospel and advocated the entailments. The third generation denied the gospel and all that were left were the entailments. (1) Another story. In 1919, Trinity Great Court in Cambridge saw a meeting between Rollo Pelly, the secretary of the liberal Student Christian Movement (SCM), and Daniel Dick and Norman Grubb (president and secretary ...

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