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FASCINATING INSTITUTIONAL HISTORY 27 Jun. 2007
By Ruth A. Tucker - Published on Amazon.com
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A history of an organizations is often boring--filled with facts and figures and just plain puff. This breaks all the rules. It goes far beyond Fuller Theological Seminary, to catch the trade winds of the broader evangelical/fundamentalist movement. And, it's anything but a puff piece. It captures wonderful behind-the-scenes stories and scandals that no one before dared tell. It's a book that will never be dated---though Fuller Seminary continues on in the twenty-first century stronger than ever. I hope Marsden will one day put his pen to the task of historical analysis of Calvin Theological Seminary, including the pain and controversy I endured ("My Calvin Seminary Story"). Perhaps his ties to the Christian Reformed Church are too close for him to ever do that.
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Must read 18 April 2012
By Rev. Viktor J. Toth - Published on Amazon.com
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This is one of those books which capture hystorical events like a novel. Easy to read and full of precious information. If you are interested about this subject you will be satisfied.
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One of masterpieces about fundamentalism 14 April 2010
By Seunghee Lee - Published on Amazon.com
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Very detailed description and full of execellent insight!
This book deals with the first twenty five years of Fuller Theological Seminary.Readers can grasp of all process of how fundamentalism was changed and collasped theologically and spiritually through the history of Fuller.
This book is also a book dealing with fascinating fundamentalists, narrowlly the founders of Fuller. These men led the mainstream of the history of American fundamentalism according to their aspiration.
Very Strongly recommanded!
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Truth Revealed 28 Jun. 2010
By Darren - Published on Amazon.com
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This Book was a referral and it has lived up to it's expectations. it is brutally truthful and puts names to the instigators of liberalism that has crept into many bible believing colleges in the US. For over a century Godly men have battled to teach Gods word unadulterated in Bible colleges across the USA, The battle heats up when Godly men seeks wordly accreditation standards and Bible truth at the same time. Any person wanting to consider a Bible college future should read this book first. The tough question you will have to ask after reading it in considering a Bible College is is do you want to please men or God.
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Excellent Historicial Analysis! 7 May 2009
By John Wolf - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a very well written history of the New Evangelicalism at Fuller Seminary. If only the current Fuller students/faculty read this book and took it seriously.. The doctrine of Inerrancy is the major dividing line between the Christians and the Neo-Orthodox. Unfortunately Fuller with the inclusion of Hubbard went down, as he denied total/complete inerrancy. Sadly many New-Evangelicals of today also deny complete inerrancy and believe the Bible is only divine in spiritual/theological matters but not in History and science. The early Fuller founders (Fuller, Henry, Wilbor Smith,etc) fought for the faith that many of the current faculty does not do. Its so sad the way Fuller and the New Evangelicalism has turned out.
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