A Fundamentalism Worth Saving

by Oct 12, 2012ChurchLife1 comment

It’s time to resurrect a favorite essay of mine, Kevin Bauder’s “A Fundamentalism Worth Saving.” I read this thing multiple times on my Palm IIIxe back in the mid 2000s, and I noticed recently that it was languishing in an ugly format on the AACCS site. So I have taken the liberty of gussying it up and reissuing it.

Click here and take the time to read it for yourself.

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  1. Aaron Blumer

    Nicely done! ….and still a good read.

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