The Evangelical Landscape: Essays on the American Evangelical Tradition Garth M. Rosell

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The Evangelical Landscape: Essays on the American Evangelical Tradition by Garth M. Rosell
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Mark A. Noll looks at the evangelical mind in the twentieth century. Arguing that evangelicals must be concerned about questions of the intellect and the development of a Christian mind, he asserts that though striking gains have been made since theMoreMark A.

Noll looks at the evangelical mind in the twentieth century. Arguing that evangelicals must be concerned about questions of the intellect and the development of a Christian mind, he asserts that though striking gains have been made since the Fundamentalist-Modernist controversy, the task remains incomplete because recent progress has been modest at best. Bruce Shelley sets up what he sees as a crucial agenda for Americas evangelicals: recovery of a sense of community within the church, renewed commitment to the Bibles evangelistic mandate, and the development of transformational leaders with a clear vision of the future.

Defining essential evangelicalism as commitment to biblical authority, conversion, and worldwide evangelization, Timothy L. Smith points out that evangelicalism enfolds a rich diversity of traditions. He pleads with these groups to lay aside their divisiveness, and to focus instead on seeking peace with one another and pursuing that holiness of life without which no one can see the Lord.



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