The Remaking of Evangelical Theology

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Westminster John Knox Press, Jan 1, 1998 - Religion - 262 pages

In this in-depth historical analysis of evangelical theology, Gary Dorrien describes how evangelicalism has developed and matured. Beginning at the turn of the century and the start of the fundamentalist-modernist controversies, he notes the key figures and institutions of the evangelical movement. He also shows how evangelicalism has both diversified and entered into the broader theological discussions of today.

 

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Readers familiar with Dorrien's work will not be surprised to find here a meticulous, articulate historical account of evangelical theology. Apart from its significance as a contribution to the ... Read full review

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Gary Dorrien is Reinhold Niebuhr Professor of Social Ethics at Union Theological Seminary and Professor of Religion at Columbia University in New York City. An Episcopal priest, he is the author of eleven books and over one hundred articles that range across the fields of theology, philosophy, social theory, politics, ethics, and history.

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