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The Tragedy of Compromise

Ernest D. Pickering
The Tragedy of Compromise - The Origin and Impact of the New Evangelicalsim
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Bob Jones University Press

Since the birth of "New Evangelicalism" in 1948, that movement has been a powerful force in American religion, effectively luring a significant portion of conservative Christianity into the "mainstream" of religious life . . . Hailed by secular and liberal sources as a great emancipator from what they view as the narrow intolerance of their fundamentalist forefathers, the movement has seriously compromised the biblical principles it inherited and has accomodated un-Christian philosophies and standards.  Today New Evangelicalism stands as a grim memorial to the devastating consequences of religious compromise.