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Joshua Rios5 Stars Out Of 5Great history of last 50 yearsJune 27, 2017Joshua RiosQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Ian Murray presents with grace and great spiritual insight, the failures, and compromises of 20th century Evangelicalism and one can quickly see how we still feel the effects of these decisions today. Not strictly a retelling of history but also a commentary that is spiritually edifying it truly is a powerful warning and all ministers and Christians should lay hold of this book.
Mark Moser5 Stars Out Of 5March 7, 2001Mark MoserFantastic book! I can't say enough about it. Murray exposes the subtle but deadly compromises of evangelical leaders during the last 50 years. Sure to be a controversial book no doubt, as Murray criticizes men like J.I. Packer, Alister McGrath, and John Stott. Well documented and well reasoned, Murray also returns to biblical concepts much neglected in our day -- convicting me of my own theological omissions! I hope this book will curtail the unrestrained ecumenicalism that has plagued evangelicalism.
Steve Tuggle5 Stars Out Of 5November 17, 2000Steve TuggleIf you have ever wondered how the evangelical church reached its current status then you must read this book. Murray makes this historical account of the past fifty years extremely interesting. He details how the very familiar leaders of the church have played their respective roles. If history is a good teacher then we can learn much from this fine work.
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