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Evangelical Bookstores and the Evangelical Mind

In the last few years, some leading evangelical scholars have raised a cry against the intellectual malaise in the evangelical world. David Wells, for one, has pointed out a decline in evangelical interest in doctrine (No Place for Truth, or, Whatever Happened to Evangelical Theology, 1993) and in ethics (Losing our Virtue: Why the Church Must Recover its Moral Vision, 1998). With a broader sweep of analysis, Mark Noll exposed the failure to develop a recognizable evangelical intellectual perspective (The…
James R. Payton, Jr.
February 15, 2004