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The fundamentalist movement.

Author: Louis Gasper
Publisher: The Hague, Mouton [1963]
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Gasper, Louis.
Fundamentalist movement.
The Hague, Mouton [1963]
(OCoLC)609199596
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Louis Gasper
OCLC Number: 1012842
Description: viii, 181 pages 24 cm
Contents: Chapter I. The fundamentalist heritage --
The European legacy --
The American legacy --
The fundamentalist controversy --
Chapter II. The dual alignment of fundamentalism --
The independent church movement --
The American council of Christian churches --
The national association of Evangelicals --
The growth of the national association of evangelicals --
The revolt within the American Council --
Chapter III. The resurgence of militant fundamentalism --
The transition from liberalism to Neo-orthodoxy --
The ecumenical movement and the fundamentalists --
The communist issue --
The super-church and the United Nations --
The attack upon UNESCO --
Chapter IV. The aggravation of militant fundamentalism --
The national council of churches --
The road back to Rome --
The anti-communist crusade --
Preparation for the anti-communist crusade --
The attack upon E. Stanley Jones --
The attack upon Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam --
The campaign to wreck the world council's second plenary session --
The campaign against the "Modernist" Bible --
Chapter V. The rising tide of fundamentalist evangelism --
Radio evangelism --
The controversy over radio evangelism --
Revival among American youth --
Chapter VI. Fundamentalist education, scholarship, and literature --
The Bible institute --
Fundamentalist education comes of age --
Other changes in fundamentalist schools --
Fundamentalist colleges and seminaries --
The Christian day school movement --
The Renaissance of fundamentalist scholarship --
The growth of fundamentalist publishing --
The concern for social action --
Chapter VII. Billy Graham and the resurgence of revivalism --
Evangelist Billy Graham --
The rebirth of mass evangelism --
Mass evangelism spreads --
Graham's brief visit to Europe --
Planning the New York crusade --
The New York Crusade --
Graham's crisis in New York --
Liberalism's criticism of Graham and the fundamentalist revival.

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