There is a problem in modern evangelicalism. We have forgotten the biblical nature of the gospel, and the movement is dying because of it.Crawford Gribben, a tremendous historian and theologian, has turned his sights on the "Rapture Fiction" genre and its' representation of the evangelical movement as a whole. He looks at the theological positions in these various books and uses them to show how the gospel has become so anemic in modern evangelicalism today.Gribben is right in his evaluation of this particular genre. It represents theological problems in the church at large, of the same note that David Wells and others have been telling us for years: Evangelicalism has lost its theological roots. Gribben calls us back to those roots and tries to emphasize a truly biblical gospel in light of what we are teaching most people, especially through this most popular venue of eschatological fiction."Rapture Fiction and the Evangelical Crisis" is a clarion call to return to a true theological/biblical foundation for the gospel in modern evangelicalism. It should be read by all; both pastors and church goers. It will do much to wake up modern evangelicalism as we know it!Highly recommended!