David F. Wells of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Massachusetts, here challenges evangelicalism with a disturbing analysis of its present condition. He believes that we have allowed ourselves to be shaped by the popular culture whose ethos is alien to God-consciousness, to other worldliness, and to passion for biblical truth. In putting success before theology we have produced a plague of nominal evangelicalism which, unless reversed, leaves us headed towards the oblivion of irrelevance before God.
The tragedy of a merely nominal evangelicalism.
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