J. Gresham Machen: A Guided Tour of His Life and Thought
Nichols, Stephen J.
“Nichols has provided an accessible gateway to conservative Presbyterianism's most stalwart defender in the tumultuous 1920s. His admiring portrait reminds us of Machen's probing scholarship, his trenchant analysis of modernism, and his attempts to further the Christian world and life view in American culture.”See All
coeditor of Building a Christian World View
“J. Gresham Machen's writing was as clear as his arguments were persuasive. Nichols has accomplished the rare feat of making Machen even more accessible. For readers unfamiliar with Machen, this is the perfect appetizer to feast of further study in Machen's writings. For those more knowledgeable, this will be a reliable reference.”See All
editor of J. Gresham Machen's Selected Shorter Writings
“Stephen Nichols has done a fine job of presenting an accessible introduction to the life and thought of J. Gresham Machen. Nichols offers lucid expositions and fresh interpretations based on his own research.”See All
George M. Marsden
An introductory guide to the life and works of J. Gresham Machen. His major works are introduced and summarized. Also discussed are his pastoral writings. This is the third book in Stephen Nichols’s popular “guided-tour” series and includes 24 illustrations.256 Pages
Published September 2004
About the Author
Stephen J. Nichols is an Associate Professor at Lancaster Bible College and Graduate School. He is also the author of “guided tours” to the life and thought of Jonathan Edwards and Martin Luther.