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New Evangelicalism: Its History, Characteristics, and Fruit (eBook)


Format: Electronic Book (pdf)
Ministry/Author: Way of Life Literature/David W. Cloud
Pages: 175
Description: Few subjects are more important for “fundamentalist” churches than this. Most people that leave such churches do not join the Roman Catholic Church or the Mormons or a liberal Protestant denomination; most go down the path of positive-thinking, easy-going New Evangelicalism.

Church members are confronted with New Evangelical philosophy on every hand, and to be ignorant of the insidious and pervasive nature of this popular philosophy is to be unprepared to identify and resist it, yet, large numbers of “fundamentalists” know little or nothing about it.

This book documents THE HISTORY AND SPREAD OF NEW EVANGELICALISM since the 1950s and describes THE PRINCIPLES OF NEW EVANGELICALISM in a very practical manner so that church members can understand what it is.

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Principles of NEW EVANGELICALISM described in this book include the following:

New Evangelicalism is characterized by a repudiation of separation, by a love for positivism and by a repudiation of the more negative aspects of biblical Christianity, by a judge-not philosophy, by a dislike of doctrinal controversy, by exalting love and unity above doctrine, by a desire for intellectual respectability, by pride of scholarship, by an attitude of anti-fundamentalism, by the division of biblical truth into categories of important and not important, by a general mood of softness and tolerance, of a desire for a less strict Christianity, and of a weariness with theological fighting.

The book also describes THE APOSTATE FRUIT OF NEW EVANGELICALISM, which is admitted even by some of its own leaders. Its apostasy is seen in the questioning of biblical infallibility, in its ecumenicalism, in a dramatic downgrade in Christian morality, and in its acceptance of and tolerance toward heretics.

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