Starting in the 1930s, a number of well-known Christian leaders began to advocate a less fundamental approach to ministry. Rejecting in particular the doctrine of separation, one of their own dubbed the movement as Neo-Evangelical. In the short span of just a few decades, the virus of Neo-Evangelicalism has crept into schools and other Christian ministries across America.
In Unchristian Christianity, Dr. Jeff Farnham takes a principled stand for biblical Christianity and carefully documents the shift and drift of Neo-Evangelicalism.
212 pgs | Paperback | Dr. Jeff Farnham