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The Modernist Controversy through a Journalist’s Eyes, Part VIII (1933)

In League of Evangelical Students, Modernism, Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., Princeton Theological Seminary, Robert Dick Wilson, Robert E. Speer, Samuel G. Craig on 22/06/2009 at 17:59

Part VIII.

It is profitless to thresh over the old straw of the Presbyterian controversy. The field is gleaned and the grain garnered. But Princeton Theological Seminary looms so large in Presbyterian history and Dr. Craig came so close to prevailing upon the Presbyterian Church to continue the maintenance of Princeton in its former glory, that considered simply as a feat in journalism the achievement deserves a thorough-going examination. Read the rest of this entry »

The Modernist Controversy through a Journalist’s Eyes, Part VI (1933)

In Modernism, Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., Robert E. Speer, Samuel G. Craig on 19/06/2009 at 08:41

Part VI.

The Great War is blamed with many disasters. How it broke down the standards of sound management in nearly every human enterprise is the commonest of daily recriminations. The Presbyterian Church was not to escape. Restlessness was everywhere after 1918. The Inter-Church World Movement, born in 1918, was our Church’s star exhibition of post-War eccentricity. Read the rest of this entry »