Classic Fundamentalism

Course #3114.

This class will study the historical and theological background and the early history of Christian fundamentalism in America. Topics include the liberal-fundamentalist controversy, with an emphasis on the developing conflict in the Presbyterian Church USA; the early fundamentalist scholars and writers; the mixing of Reformed and dispensational streams of fundamentalism; and the subsequent divergence of fundamentalism and evangelicalism. M.T.S. students may take the class for either the historical theology or the systematic theology emphasis. 2 hrs.

Taught by John A. Battle, Th.D.

Course Information (Spring 2015)

Notes on the Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy (C. K. Lensch)

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