Christianity and LiberalismISBN: 9781642894912
How will the Christian faith survive in a skeptical world? Modernists in the early twentieth century considered the solution to be clear. Thinking the church needed to be rescued from irrelevance, they laid aside unpopular teachings from the Bible and recast Christianity simply as a way of life. Resisting these attempts, J. Gresham Machen gave an unbending response: Christian doctrine isn't the problem-unbelief is.
This one-hundredth anniversary edition of Christianity and Liberalism shows a new generation that God's message of salvation is timeless. In defending essential Christian doctrines and exposing liberalism as a false religion, Machen reminds the church that we are entrusted with the truth that the world needs most.
Dr. John Gresham Machen (1881-1937) was a scholar and educator and a founder of several institutions, including Westminster Seminary in Philadelphia, the Independent Board for Presbyterian Foreign Missions, and the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. He was author of many books, including Christianity and Liberalism, The Christian View of Man, and New Testament Greek for Beginners.
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