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Christianity and Liberalism

By J. Gresham Machen

Table of Contents

   Introduction - The purpose of this book is not to decide the religious issue of the present day, but merely to present the issue as sharply and clearly as possible,
   Chapter 1 - Doctrine - Modern liberalism in the Church, whatever judgment may be passed upon it, is at any rate no longer merely an academic matter. It is no longer a matter
   Chapter 2 - God and Man - It has been observed in the last chapter that Christianity is based on an account of something that happened in the first century of our era. But befo
   Chapter 3 - The Bible - Modern liberalism, it has been observed so far, has lost sight of the two great presuppositions of the Christian message--the living God, and the fact
   Chapter 4: Christ - Three points of difference between liberalism and Christianity have been noticed so far. The two religions are different with regard to the presupposi
   Chapter 5: Salvation - It has been observed thus far that liberalism differs from Christianity with regard to the presuppositions of the gospel (the view of God and the view
   Chapter 6: The Church - It has just been observed that Christianity, as well as liberalism, is interested in social institutions. But the most important institution has not y

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