Author: Dr. Sorenson
The author presents a real-world perspective of fundamentalist institutions and individuals who are considering merging into the evangelical mainstream or have already done so.
The book is a wealth of church history of the 20th and 21st centuries, particularly as it relates to the fundamental, independent Baptist movement. The reader will also find insightful chapters on Christian music as well as why institutions shift from a fundamentalist to an evangelical position.
Table of Contents:
Section One — Church History in the 20th Century
1. A Personal Perspective
2. Recent Church History
3. Development of the New Evangelical Movement
4. Observations of the New Evangelical Movement
5. The Pattern of Change
Section Two — The Progression of Change
6. A Shift in Bibliology
7. Loss of Evangelistic Fervor
8. A Shifting of Focus
9. A Shift if Music
10. Cultural Fundamentalism
11. Secondary Separation
Section Three — Preventing the Evangelical Slide
12. A Focus on THE Book
13. A Renewal of Biblical Separation
14. A Renewal of Evangelistic Fervor
About the Author:
The author and editor is David H. Sorenson, B.A., M. Div., D. Min. Dr. Sorenson is a third-generation fundamental Baptist preacher who in preparation for this work has read the Bible through over 300 times. He is a pastor, church planter, soul winner, church builder, and a widely-read author whose writing style is eminently readable.