Many Christian liberals became so out of their rejection of fundamentalism. Fed Up with Fundamentalism spoke to this view, presenting the background of and theological/ethical criticisms of fundamentalism. Yet, there just as many reasons to doubt liberal theology. The sequel to Fed Up with Fundamentalism, this book elucidates the historical background and various theological criticisms of Christian liberalism. Those of you who flirted with liberalism out of disgust are encouraged to read this book and to consider whether or not they have gone too far in that rejection and exceeded the limits of liberalism. Taken together, the goal is a solid theological position between the "extremes" of fundamentalism and liberalism. A radiant center that Christians both on the right and on the left may seek and claim, to the benefit of their faith. Leroy Seat has been a Christian preacher for more than fifty years and a university and seminary teacher for more than forty years. He and his wife, June, served for thirty-eight years as missionaries in Japan. From 1968 to 2004 he was a full-time faculty member at Seinan Gakuin University in Fukuoka City, teaching Christian Studies in the general university as well as teaching in the Department of Theology. During his last eight years in Japan he also served as chancellor of Seinan Gakuin, a school complex with more than 10,000 students. The author received the Doctor of Philosophy degree from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, when it was still a moderate institution.
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