Carl F. H. Henry

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As nightfall nears for the twentieth century and a third Christian millennium dawns, some observers discern not merely an energizing of eschatological interest, but also new and bolder ecclesiastical proposals for religious unity. Beyond end-times and doomsday warnings they detect signals foreboding both a reconstructed evangelical Protestantism and a refashioned liberal mainline ecumenism and, even […]

Carl F. H. Henry
Wednesday, August 15th 2007

A secular elite today reduces distinctions of right from wrong to matters of cultural choice or simply personal preference. What is immoral in Missouri need not be immoral on Capitol Hill. The very concept of universally shared truth and good is now even viewed by ethical relativists as oppressive. Human freedom is said to require […]

Carl F. H. Henry
Tuesday, August 14th 2007

In a forum on the evangelical mind — which Professor Mark Noll of Wheaton College says is virtually nonexistent — Christianity Today magazine (August 14, 1995) enlists Noll and three other intellectual heavyweights to tell the world what ails conservative Christianity in the United States. The disconcerting verdict is that — despite century-old schools like […]

Carl F. H. Henry
Wednesday, August 8th 2007

“Modern Reformation has championed confessional Reformation theology in an anti-confessional and anti-theological age.”

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