Fundamentalism and Social Involvement


Fundamen­talism does have an interest in helping the less fortunate become the more fortunate, but it does so on its own terms. Since its approach is markedly different from the culture at large, its interest easily may be misconstrued as either a lack of interest or as simply supporting the status quo.

The Priorities of “The Fundamentals”


In 1909, as Fundamentalism and theological Liberalism battled in the denominations, two Christian brothers purposed to publish a series of books which would set forth the fundamentals of the Christian faith. The priorities of The Fundamentals were, first the Bible, then key doctrines that were under attack by the liberals of the day.

Book Reviews


Reviews from Dr. Fred Moritz and Dr. David Saxon of Bless God and Take Courage—The Judson History and Legacy, from Rosalie Hall Hunt and The Theology of B.B. Warfield: A Systematic Summary by Fred G. Zaspel.