The Doctrine of Separation and the Spectrum of Evangelicalism

Few hold to Biblical separation, but it is vital to staunch the spread of apostasy within the visible church. May we be careful to distinguish between what is biblical and what is of the world. Amen!

The American Council of Christian Churches

A number of recent authors have attempted to analyze the bewildering landscape of American evangelicalism by subdividing the label evangelical into categories that form a theological spectrum. David Wells of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, for example, writes about three such categories in his 2008 book, The Courage to Be Protestant: Truth-lovers, Marketers, and Emergents in the Postmodern World. According to this author, the fathers of New Evangelicalism were truth-lovers, the classical evangelicals, whose noble cause included the repudiation of the separatist excesses of their fundamentalist forefathers. Marketers and emergents came later, spoiling much of the legacy of a once promising movement that now lacks the courage to be truly Protestant.

In a more recent work, six authors contributed to a Zondervan project called Four Views on the Spectrum of Evangelicalism (2011), which was designed “to navigate . . . differences and preserve the meaning and mission behind the…

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One Response to The Doctrine of Separation and the Spectrum of Evangelicalism

  1. Equipping The Saints says:

    Thanks for all that you do. Equipping the Saints for the work of ministry.


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