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James Fogal Fundamentalism vs Modernism During the nineteenth century, Christians around the world began questioning previous assumptions about the Christian faith. The Enlightenment philosophical movement, i. The German romantic theologian Friedrich Schleiermacher led a revolt against this worship of reason to focus more upon subjective and emotional elements in Christianity.
These Germans led to a liberal theology that began to spread across the world. It reflected a new Zeitgeist — a new spirit of the age. Then between anda series of twelve volumes were published entitled The Fundamentals.
These volumes were opposed to the conclusions of modern science, to Roman Catholicism and to liberal theology. This movement was called fundamentalism.
The former was connected with J. Gresham Machen and the Calvinist orthodoxy of Princeton Seminary. The latter version was represented by the dispensationalist C. Scofield and his Scofield Reference Bible. One of the more extreme reactions was the splitting of denominations due to this issue.
This split from modernist ideology was an attempt to embrace and promote doctrinal purity — like the earlier Puritans who wished to purify the Church of England.
This fundamentalist attempt at purification of theology was an American movement. This has led to some fundamentalists having problems with Billy Graham because he associates with non-evangelicals and non-Protestants. Henry — called for a reformation of the fundamentalist movement.
He published a short work in entitled The Uneasy Conscience of Modern Fundamentalism in which he chastised fellow fundamentalists for sins of omission — lack of a social program, and lack of humanitarianism.
He argued that the movement failed to raise a voice to world political and economic conditions, failed at preaching the kingdom of God as a present reality, and it withdrew from the task of shaping the mindset of society.
He challenged his colleagues with a call to action. The Uneasy Conscience of Modern Fundamentalism. Zondervan Handbook to the History of Christianity. From Pre-Reformation to the Present Day.Fundamentalism beliefs, strictly following the Bible, creationism, nativism, and old values, clashed against Modernist ideas, primarily evolution and application of science, .
Fundamentalism v. Modernism Fundamentalism beliefs, strictly following the Bible, creationism, nativism, and old values, clashed against Modernist ideas, primarily evolution and application of science, in the early s due to differences of opinions.
The modernist-fundamentalist controversy engaged some of the finest theological thinkers and most articulate spokesmen.
Individuals such as Harry Emerson Fosdick at the Riverside Churh in New York, John Haynes Holmes at the Community Church of New York, and Preston Bradley at The Peoples Church of Chicago represented a popular liberal religious persuasion.
Fundamentalism v. Modernism Fundamentalism beliefs, strictly following the Bible, creationism, nativism, and old values, clashed against Modernist ideas, primarily evolution and application of science, in the early s due to differences of opinions. APUSH UNIT 8 NOTECARDS.
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|The theological controversy which developed following World War I furnishes striking parallels to the two disruptions occasioned nearly a century earlier when traditional Congregational churches were challenged by rationally-disciplined Unitarianism, and when the emergent Unitarian movement grew disquieted with the "heretical" New England Transcendentalists.|
|Terminology[ edit ] The term fundamentalism was coined by Baptist editor Curtis Lee Laws in to designate Protestants who were ready "to do battle royal for the fundamentals".|
|Charley Earp Fundamentalism versus Modernity: Many see this usage as pernicious and misleading.|
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