The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind
- The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind. Pavlischek, Keith // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar1995, Issue 51, p36
Discusses the scandal of the evangelical mind. Learning of religion by evangelicals; Relationship between evangelicals and fundamentalism; Recommendations for enhancing the evangelical mind.
- The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind. Wuthnow, Robert // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar1995, Issue 51, p39
Addresses some issues concerning the scandal of the evangelical mind. Evidence of the existence of the evangelical mind; Failure of evangelicals to enhance the evangelical mind; Recommendations for enhancing the evangelical mind.
- RELIGIOUS MEN FEAR SECULARIZED EDUCATION. LaFarge, John // America;6/5/1937, Vol. 57 Issue 9, p200
The article reports on the anxiety expressed by ministers and rabbis concerning the decline of religious education in Sunday schools in the U.S. Non-Catholics, such as Protestants, have expressed their disapproval of conducting religious instructions in secularized schools. It was found that...
- The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind. Wacker, Grant // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar1995, Issue 51, p35
Comments on the scandal of the evangelical mind. Religious life of evangelicals; Values that are associated with evangelicalism; Learning of religion by evangelicals; Recommendations for the practice of evangelicalism.
- Mission in Theological Education: Exotic accessory or essential ingredient? Rowan, Peter // Evangel;Spring2007, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p14
The article demonstrates the need for integrating mission into theological education. A foundation for a mission integrated theological education requires that such an education should have a mission orientation. Missionary Alexander Duff established the first chair of mission studies in...
- The place of interreligious dialogue in the academic study of religion. Dunbar, Scott Daniel // Journal of Ecumenical Studies;Summer/Fall98, Vol. 35 Issue 3/4, p455
Reports on interreligious dialogue as one of the most neglected issues in the study of religion. Comparison to the communication of explicit religious commitments; Reconciliation of the practice to the responsible study of religion; Outline of the methods of studying interreligious dialogue.
- 'Between the Refrigerator and the Wildfire': Aimee Semple McPherson, Pentecostalism, and the Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy. Sutton, Matthew A. // Church History;Mar2003, Vol. 72 Issue 1, p159
Presents an article on the origin of evangelicalism in the early 20th-century. Components of North American Protestantism; Belief in evangelicalism; Factors that fundamentalists challenged during the progressive era; Comparison between Pentecostals and fundamentalists.
- Running on empty. Ammerman, Nancy T. // Christian Century;6/28/2005, Vol. 122 Issue 13, p8
Observes that the mainline Protestant churches are the religious groups that spend the least organizational energy on the course tasks of worship and religious education. Reasons behind the pattern; Attitude of most mainline Protestant churches toward worship; Reasons why Christian churches...
- AMG and the churches in Germany. Kenny, Dumont A. // America;8/2/1947, Vol. 77 Issue 18, p488
The article reports on the uncommon religious practices in Germany viewing Protestant churches being used for Catholic services and vice versa, Catholic churches for Protestant services. It cites that in a small town of the country, Catholic Masses are alternated with Evangelical services held...