This article evaluates the historical differences that emerged between the fundamentalists and the evangelicals in North American church history. The author notes that it was the uncompromising zeal of the fundamentalists that won them the position of being better able to guard the truths of the Christian faith.
The author brings forth important lessons from the Christian life of J. Gresham Machen. The godly values identified in Machen's life include honesty, building Christian institutions to preserve the heritage of the gospel, and unashamed confrontations with the ungodly teachings of our age.
The article looks at the history of the church in North America, especially the effect of liberalism on the church. In this analysis it focuses on the nature of reactions by conservatives. An observation is made that over time, the general membership of the church has not taken seriously the value of doctrinal confession.
This article looks at the role of Albertus Christiaan Van Raalte in the reformation of the church in Holland. It also shows the role he played in finding the New Holland.
This article highlights some concerns around the new "young, restless and reformed" (YRR) movement.
This article is about the life and ministry of Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758).