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By Joel Kilpatrick

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ISBN-13: 9780062042477

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They're Going to Heaven . . . they usually be aware of It

At final, a whole, unsparing consultant to evangelical Christians. This hilarious and hugely necessary handbook, written by means of an insider, illuminates this quickly transforming into and designated section of the USA and provides a completely interesting, no-holds-barred, laugh-out-loud survey of evangelical culture.

See inside of for the news on:
• What Evangelicals think -- Plus a grasp checklist of who's going to Hell
• the right way to get together Like an Evangelical -- Ambrosia, Li'l Smokies, and Potluck Fever
• the range of Evangelical Politics -- From Right-Wing to Wacko
• Evangelical Mating conduct -- The stunning Truth

About the author

Joel Kilpatrick begun his occupation as a reporter and journalist whose paintings might ultimately be featured in Time journal, The Washington put up, united states Today, CBS Radio, the Dallas Morning information and dozens of newspapers and magazines.

Early in his occupation he stated from catastrophe zones and civil wars in seventeen nations and acquired the 1st position prize for freelance reporting from the Evangelical Press organization, later turning into a competition pass judgement on. He additionally authored and ghostwrote greater than forty books for top CEOs, ministers, athletes and medical professionals, together with Don Colbert's Seven Pillars of Health.

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D. Johnson ; Stott : ‒; Packer a: ‒). Full-fledged fundamentalism developed after World War I and was markedly more militant. Its belligerence signalled the divergence of fundamentalism from pre-war evangelicalism (Marsden : ) and occasioned disparity between British and American evangelicals. 3. T F F O The war precipitated a sense of cultural crisis. Groups who were already co-operating in their defence of the Bible and traditional doctrines came together with new urgency.

It has given rise to a branch of evangelical thought which challenges mainstream evan- Introduction  gelicalism and its fundamentalist assumptions, but which has received minimal attention from critics of evangelicalism and fundamentalism. However, where neo-Calvinism and fundamentalist evangelicalism meet, I conclude that fundamentalist patterns of thought do usually prevail. I further suggest that hermeneutical philosophy has not significantly tempered a fundamentalist disposition. In so far as evangelicals resist modifying their concepts of biblical truth and authority, fundamentalist assumptions remain intact.

A Historical Approach  ; Marsden : ). The contributors—scholars, missionaries, and clergymen—overlooked their differences for the sake of presenting a ‘new statement of the fundamentals of Christianity’ (Forewords, vols. i and ii). The volumes did not expound a fundamentalist creed, nor present anything so systematic as five-point fundamentalism. About a third of the articles dealt with scripture, another third concerned traditional doctrines, and the rest comprised attacks on Darwinism, refutations of particular cults, writings on missions, and personal testimonies.

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