With this issue Carl F. H. Henry begins a three-part analysis of the most vigorous attack against evangelicalism to surface in recent years. Oxford University don James Barr writes this hard-hitting polemic mistitled Fundamentalism. Henry’s response is stiff theology but worth reading for two reasons. It reveals clearly the theological climate faced by conservative evangelical students in the religion departments and theological faculties of the great universities of Christendom. It also demonstrates that evangelicals, left, right, and center are in this thing together—all tarred with the same brush.1
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