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Christianity and Liberalism by J. Gresham Machen

The ascendancy of liberal theology in the Presbyterian Church in the USA in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries prompted J. Gresham Machen to write Christianity & Liberalism, which explains that liberal Protestantism is a religion altogether different from Christianity. This classic work is one of the most important theological treatises written in the twentieth century and a strong reminder that an antisupernatural Christianity is no Christianity at all.

A Survey of Church History, Part 6 by W. Robert Godfrey

In this part of Dr. Robert Godfrey’s masterful overview of church history, students learn about the key figures, movements, and theological developments of the twentieth century. It is a recommended resource for all those who want a better grasp of how the twentieth century continues to shape the modern church.

The History of Christian Doctrines by Louis Berkhof

Louis Berkhof is widely recognized as one of the most important Reformed theologians of the twentieth century. In this book, Berkhof looks at the history of Christian theology, explaining how the church’s understanding of divine revelation and its teaching has developed over the past two thousand years. He outlines orthodox, biblical teaching on key theological topics.

Evangelicalism Divided by Iain H. Murray

In this book, Dr. Iain Murray traces the history of the evangelical movement in the second half of the twentieth century, pointing out the sad reality of theological compromise that came to characterize much of evangelicalism in that period.

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From the May 2020 Issue
May 2020 Issue