"Evangelicalism Divided: A Record of Crucial Change in the Years 1950 to 2000" by Iain H. Murray

Wednesday, 13 Jun 2007

This is an extremely important book. It presents a well-developed objection to two decisive turns in evangelical life over the last half century. The objection is almost unanswerable. While Iain Murray is somewhat unfair to a number of outstanding Christian personalities in England, he also forces the reader to decide between two opposing schools of thought within Evangelicalism. That is a good thing. The book's argument is easily summarized. Murray sees evangelical Christianity in the second half of the twentieth century as having been shaped overwhelmingly by two forces: first, by a sincere but ...

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