Architect of Evangelicalism: Essential Essays of Carl F. H. Henry (Best of Christianity Today) - Henry, Carl F H; Dockery, David S (introduction by) - 9781683593362

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  • 480 Pages
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: November 2019
  • ISBN: FHENRYCAFH__ARCHITECTOFEVANGELIC9781683593362

Architect of Evangelicalism: Essential Essays of Carl F. H. Henry (Best of Christianity Today)

Henry, Carl F H; Dockery, David S (introduction by)

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Discover the ongoing relevance of the essential evangelical.

In recent years, the label "evangelical" has been distorted and its usefulness questioned. No one is better equipped to provide a clear understanding of evangelicalism than the late Carl F. H. Henry, the founding editor of Christianity Today and the most influential theologian of American evangelicalism in the twentieth century. While Billy Graham was preaching the gospel to stadiums full of people, Henry was working tirelessly to help Christians adopt a worldview that encompasses all of life. Architect of Evangelicalism helps us gain a better sense of the roots of American evangelicalism by giving us the best of Henry's Christianity Today essays on subjects such as what defines evangelicalism, what separates it from theological liberalism, what evangelical Christian education should look like, and how evangelicals should engage with society.

Carl F. H. Henry (1913–2003) was an evangelical Christian theologian. Henry earned degrees from Wheaton College, Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Boston University. In 1942, he helped launch the National Association of Evangelicals and served on its board for many years. In 1956, he assisted Rev. Billy Graham in founding Christianity Today and served as the editor until 1968. Henry's six-volume God, Revelation, and Authority has been widely influential in shaping evangelicals' beliefs around the world.

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Discover the ongoing relevance of the essential evangelical.

In recent years, the label "evangelical" has been distorted and its usefulness questioned. No one is better equipped to provide a clear understanding of evangelicalism than the late Carl F. H. Henry, the founding editor of Christianity Today and the most influential theologian of American evangelicalism in the twentieth century. While Billy Graham was preaching the gospel to stadiums full of people, Henry was working tirelessly to help Christians adopt a worldview that encompasses all of life. Architect of Evangelicalism helps us gain a better sense of the roots of American evangelicalism by giving us the best of Henry's Christianity Today essays on subjects such as what defines evangelicalism, what separates it from theological liberalism, what evangelical Christian education should look like, and how evangelicals should engage with society.

Carl F. H. Henry (1913–2003) was an evangelical Christian theologian. Henry earned degrees from Wheaton College, Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Boston University. In 1942, he helped launch the National Association of Evangelicals and served on its board for many years. In 1956, he assisted Rev. Billy Graham in founding Christianity Today and served as the editor until 1968. Henry's six-volume God, Revelation, and Authority has been widely influential in shaping evangelicals' beliefs around the world.

  • Cover Type:
  • 480 Pages
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: November 2019
  • ISBN: FHENRYCAFH__ARCHITECTOFEVANGELIC9781683593362