Fundamentalism and Evangelicals
Clarendon Press, 11.06.1998 г. - 384 страници
This study examines the contentious claim that much evangelicalism is fundamentalist in character. Within Protestantism, the term `fundamentalism' denotes not only a movement but also a mentality which has greatly affected evangelicals, and which involves preserving as factual a reading of scripture as possible. Here the development and dismantling of the fundamentalist mentality is examined in light of philosophical influences upon evangelicalism over the last three centuries, notably: Common Sense Realism, neo-Calvinism, and modern hermeneutical philosophy. Particular attention is paid to James Barr's critique of fundamentalism and to evangelical rejoinders. Harriet A. Harris proposes that the fundamentalist mentality does not do justice to evangelical experience since it is more concerned with the Bible's factual truthfulness than with its life-giving effects. An appendix on Global Fundamentalism brings together two rarely united fields of study: Protestant fundamentalism's relation to evangelicalism, and its relation to resurgent movements in other religions.
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The Relation of Fundamentalism to Evangelicalism A Historical Approach
The Relation of Fundamentalism to Evangelicalism A British Critique
The Fundamentalist Mentality Its Philosophical Roots
The Fundamentalist Mentality Among Evangelicals
Fundamentalist Apologetics and Evangelical Experience
The Dutch Influence
Kuyperians and Warfieldians
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