Discovering an Evangelical Heritage
When it first appeared, "Discovering an Evangelical Heritage" was widely regarded as a groundbreaking historical work. The continued relevance of the issues with which this book deals justifies its reappearance twelve years after its first advent challenged countless people to rethink their Evangelical heritage. If anything, the challenge is even greater now to follow the...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published November 1st 1988 by Hendrickson Publishers
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This is a fantastic book that should be read by everyone, evangelicals and critics alike. It shows with all the clarity that one might want how there is a tradition of social action and awareness and even radicality (or how do you make a noun out of that?) within the evangelical tradition. The author doesn't stretch so far as to say that there wouldn't be any abolition of the slavery if it wasn't for the evangelical movement, but it is clear beyond doubt that some evangelical people and institut...more