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This book compares and contrasts four distinct positions or movements on the current fundamentalist-evangelical spectrum in light of the history of American fundamentalism and evangelicalism:

  • Historic fundamentalism
  • Conservative/confessional evangelicalism
  • Mainstream/moderate/broad evangelicalism
  • Emerging/postconservative evangelicalism (post-evangelicalism)

©2011 Collin Hansen (P)2011 Zondervan

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  • David Graieg
  • 05-14-20

An important discussion on evangelicalism

Being a multiple views book, I think it would be preferable to have multiple people to read out the different positions, as that might assist in differentiating the views (that being said, the narrator does a good job). It would be nice if audible could add names to the chapters in the app rather than just stating chap 1, chap 2... The editors Andrew David Naselli and Collin Hansen do a good job of introducing and summarizing the positions. I think each of the contributors was well selected: Kevin Bauder (fundamentalism), R. Albert Mohler Jr. (confessional evangelicalism), John G. Stackhouse (generic evangelicalism), and Roger E. Olson (postconservative evangelicalism).