In Deconstructing Evangelicalism, Presbyterian historian (and contributing scholar to Modern Reformation) D. G. Hart joins both historical argument and theological prescription in his typically iconoclastic fashion. Claiming that the recent resurgence of evangelical history is nothing more than a historical and sociological fiction papering over the differences in the creeds, polity, and worship practices of conservative Protestants, Hart urges everyone involved in the evangelical racket to give up the label and return to more basic denominational identities. The result, he believes, would be more faithful Christianity and a more reasoned academic dialogue.
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Issue: "A Good Church is Hard to Find" May/June 2004 Vol. 13 No. 3 Page number(s): 43
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