The Bible and the Christian Faith have been under attack in one way or another throughout much of the history of the church, but only in recent times have these attacks been perceived within the church as a healthy alternative to orthodoxy. This book is a trumpet blast heralding a full-orbed, Biblical, orthodox Christianity. The hope of the modern world is not a passive compromise with passing heterodox fads, but aggressive devotion to the time-honored Faith "once delivered to the saints."
Table of Contents:
1. Editor’s Introduction by Andrew Sandlin
2. The Word of the Sovereign is the True Battle for the Bible by Andre Sandlin
3. The Modern Assault Upon Classical Christianity by Monte E. Wilson III
4. Protestantism vs. Primitivism by Andrew Sandlin
5. Make Room for Daddies by Steve M. Schlissel
6. Tolerance and Liberty of Conscience by Brian M. Abshire
7. Evangelical Reductionism by Colonel Donor
8. The Fires of Man and the Fires of Hell: How Should the Church Deal with Heresy? By Brian M. Abshire
9. Appendix: Sola Scriptura and Christian Orthodoxy by Andrew Sandlin
- P. Andrew Sandlin
P. Andrew Sandlin is a Christian minister, theologian, and author. He is the founder and president of the Center for Cultural Leadership in Coulterville, California. He was formerly president of the National Reform Association and executive vice president of the Chalcedon Foundation. He is a minister in the Fellowship of Mere Christianity.. He was formerly a pastor at Church of the Word in Painesville, Ohio (1984-1995) and Cornerstone Bible Church in Scotts Valley, California (2004-2014).
- Monte E. Wilson, III
- Steve M. Schlissel
Steve Schlissel has served as pastor of Messiah's Congregation in Brooklyn, New York, since 1979. Born and raised in New York City, Schlissel became a Christian by reading the Bible. He and Jeanne homeschooled their five children and also helped raise several foster children (mostly Vietnamese). In 2003, they adopted Anna (who was born in Hong Kong in 1988, but is now a U.S. citizen). They have eight foster grandchildren and fourteen "natural" grandchildren.
- Brian M. Abshire
Rev. Brian Abshire, Ph.D. is currently a Teaching Elder associated with Hanover Presbytery. Along with his pastoral duties, he is also the director for the International Institute for Christian Culture, has served as an adjunct instructor in Religious Studies at Park University and is a visiting Professor of Comparative Religion at Whitefield College.
- Colonel V. Doner