'Evangelicalism Divided' traces the fascinating saga of the personalities, institutions and publications involved in this fifty-year period. Iain Murray's account is not simply a black and white narrative. Using the mass of sources now available he shows how the new policy labelled "co-operation without compromise" led to concessions which seriously weakened biblical Christianity. The first and greatest need, he argues, is to answer the most fundamental and divisive question of all: What is a Christian?
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