The Tragedy of Compromise
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Author:Ernest D. Pickering, ThD
Publisher: BJU Press
Dimension: 109H x 218L x 140mmW
Ernest Pickeringâ€™s Tragedy of Compromise explores the origin and impact of New Evangelicalism on modern Christianity. Since its birth in 1948, the movement has been a powerful force in American religion, effectively luring a significant portion of conservative Christianity into the mainstream of religious life. Hailed by secular and liberal sources as a great emancipator from what they view as the narrow intolerance of their Fundamentalist forefathers, the New Evangelical movement has compromised the biblical principles it inherited. Today it stands as a grim memorial to the devastating tragedy of religious compromise.
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