Is it possible to be more evangelical by being less conservative? Theologian Olson thinks so---and offers an exhaustive survey of critics and advocates to support his thesis. Describing the development of "a mood rather than a movement," he urges openness to doctrinal reform and recognizing truth in experience without abandoning orthodoxy or conformity to Scripture. 240 pages, softcover from Baker.
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