Four Views on the Spectrum of Evangelicalism

Four Views on the Spectrum of Evangelicalism Four Views on the Spectrum of Evangelicalism compares and contrasts four distinct positions on the current fundamentalist evangelical spectrum in light of the history of American fundamentalism and ev

  • Title: Four Views on the Spectrum of Evangelicalism
  • Author: Andrew David Naselli Collin Hansen R. Albert Mohler Jr. Kevin T. Bauder Roger E. Olson John G. Stackhouse Jr.
  • ISBN: 9780310293163
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Paperback
  • Four Views on the Spectrum of Evangelicalism compares and contrasts four distinct positions on the current fundamentalist evangelical spectrum in light of the history of American fundamentalism and evangelicalism.The contributors each state their case for one of four views on the spectrum of evangelicalism Kevin T Bauder Fundamentalism R Albert Mohler Jr ConservativeFour Views on the Spectrum of Evangelicalism compares and contrasts four distinct positions on the current fundamentalist evangelical spectrum in light of the history of American fundamentalism and evangelicalism.The contributors each state their case for one of four views on the spectrum of evangelicalism Kevin T Bauder Fundamentalism R Albert Mohler Jr Conservative confessional evangelicalism John G Stackhouse Jr Generic evangelicalism Roger E Olson Postconservative evangelicalismEach author explains his position, which is critiqued by the other three authors The interactive and fair minded nature of the Counterpoints format allows the reader to consider the strengths and weaknesses of each view and draw informed, personal conclusions.The Counterpoints series provides a forum for comparison and critique of different views on issues important to Christians Counterpoints books address two categories Church Life and Bible and Theology Complete your library with other books in the Counterpoints series.

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    1. Four Views on the Spectrum of Evangelicalism is part of the “Counterpoints” series published by Zondervan. The books in this series are designed to bring together people of different views to combine their writing into one volume. The format includes an essay from each of the contributors, with a short response the other writers after each essay. The editors of this book, Collin Hansen and Andrew Naselli, have gathered four fine representatives, both for their academic credentials as well as [...]

    2. A very useful book on the topic of "what is an evangelical."I have to agree with Niselli's conclusion that there are really two main views rather than four. I found Bauder's writing to be very laborious to read while Mohler's was much more fluid. As one who grew up solidly in the "fundamentalist" camp and now identifies more closely with Mohler's view of "confessional evangelicalism", I think that myself and many of my contemporaries (who've also distanced from "fundamentalism") would be more ac [...]

    3. Simply GroundbreakingThere is no other book like this book. Everyone knows that substantial differences exist under the evangelical label. These differences have been written about for years. Even Systematic Theologians (e.g Erickson and Geisler) have taken a stab at explaining them, albeit not to the satisfaction of the groups being described. People have fought over these differences and divided over these differences, but no one has allowed each major proponent present his case for his own vi [...]

    4. I was thrilled to receive this book to review from Zondervan because of its content and scope: four views on the spectrum of evangelicalism. I'm excited for this book for the reason Collin Hansen writes in the introduction: "all is not so clear within the evangelical camp either. Simply labeling ourselves evangelical no longer suffices. We are conservative, progressive, post conservative, and pre progressive evangelicals. We are traditional, creedal, biblical, pietistic, anti creedal, ecumeni [...]

    5. Great little book on the topic! The interaction between Mohler and Bauder was especially helpful to me personally.

    6. This book is a fairly recent addition to Zondervan's series on controversial issues. It follows the "4 views" format of previous publishers which includes a response to each of the four essays from the other three contributors. In this case the 4 views attempt to reflect the variety of evangelical experience (and belief).I found it to be an interesting and informative dialogue. What the four writers have in common as well as what sets them apart becomes apparent in the essays, but more cogently [...]

    7. My life having been a sojourn through and around the institutions, ideas, and individuals that played some role in the phenomenon of evangelicalism over the past six+ decades, it was like reading about my own history. Some of these I have deeply tasted of. Some I have resisted. Others I have had to think about very deeply, others less so. Some influenced me only tangentially, some profoundly. But all of them in some way make me, in part, what I am today. In no particular order, a few among the m [...]

    8. Several years ago I was at a conference where Don Carson was asked to define evangelicalism. While I don’t recall the answer, I do remember him chuckling a bit before he began to speak. After reading this book, I can understand why. Defining evangelicalism is extremely difficult. While much could be said about the book, from my perspective, two important ideas come to the surface. First, while four views are presented, one the editors, Andy Naselli, points out that there are really only two vi [...]

    9. As with other books in the Counterpoints Bible & Theology series this book allows the reader to get a basic overview of the topic from a variety of viewpoints from proponents of those viewpoints. Each contributor gives an explanation of his view which is critiqued by each of the other contributors. The tone of this book is generally amicable and there is less straw man argumentation than occurs in single-author books where someone explains and then critiques an opponent's point of view.The p [...]

    10. This is one of those books that has four writers each write on their theological perspective and then has each of the other three comment. The four theological perspectives were: fundamentalism, confessional evangelicalism, generic evangelicalism and post-conservative evangelicalism. They also tried to focus their discussion on defining “evangelicalism” and offering their particular brand of evangelicalism’s perspective on three current (or almost current) theological issues: the Catholics [...]

    11. I found this book more illuminating than most "four views" type books. While there are four different authors, each purportedly representing four different perspectives, it becomes clear that each of the authors falls into one of two broader postures representative of evangelicalism. The former imagines evangelicalism theologically, and thus works with a "bounded-set" definition; the latter conceives of evangelicalism sociologically and uses a "centered set" definition. While Bauder's writing wa [...]

    12. Helpful discussion of the different views within evangelicalism, how to define the movement, and the importance of some key theological themes as they relate to the movement. The participants engage each other directly, but respectfully. They includes lots of history of the development of the movement, and the key issues facing it today. I'd highly recommend this for those on the outside wanting to understand the movement, but more so for those within it to understand what's at stake in the curr [...]

    13. Very enlightening to understand the distinct lenses that are found in the tent. After reading not sure if there are four views or just two. Mohler and Bauder appear to be close. Olson just seems scary. The views diverge on both what is the center and whether there are any truth boundaries and what are they. I'm not sure Bauder represents contemporary fundamentalism. If we are counting noses it is my impression there are more hyper fundamentalists than historic fundamentalists.

    14. A fascinating read. I really appreciate the vision for putting this together and the willingness of the participants to have a meaningful dialog that doesn't just deal with straw men all the while talking past each other. Bauder speaks with a clarity is unmatched. Mohler is in classic Mohler form - gracious and honest. I wasn't as familiar with the other 2 authors but enjoyed reading them even while disagreeing with much of their content.

    15. I enjoyed some of what Olson wrote I enjoyed more of what Stackhouse brought to the table for its limited perspective in scope (that of evangelialism) not a bad book but still one wonders if this series has not become completely self indulgent at this point now so much about getting down to brass tacks as much as parlaying knowledge and playing with "truth"

    16. Found this really helpful for getting a grip on the shifting landscape in evangelical in these days. Confirmed that I am increasingly identifying with the post-conservative evangelicals and particularly enjoy Roger Olson, with his emphasis on a centered set approach.

    17. Informative. Even if you don't agree with these writers, it helps to see what the different viewpoints are.

    18. Good interaction between representatives of the spectrum of evangelicalism from fundamentalism to postconservative. Identified most with Al Mohler's presentation of confessional evangelicalism.

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