Blogger Tim Challies, a main Young Calvinist blogger, from time to time has something called Reading the Classics Together. I haven't been too interested in the former selected books, but this time I am majorly interested. For this next book he has selected Gresham Machen's classic work on the advance of Liberal Protestantism in the early 20th century, Christianity and Liberalism (first pub. 1923). Since this topic is of utmost interest to me, as you know if you read this blog, I decided to get the book and read it with Tim and hundreds of others. We are supposed to have read the Introduction by this Thursday (June 2) so I am in the middle of reading that now. This is really good stuff and certainly can be applied today to Postmodernism vs. Christianity. And, I believe this book will give many of us the foundations for what is happening in churches today. The only difference is--we would substitute the word "postmodern" for Machen's words of modernism, liberalism, and science. There is still time for you to get the book. Amazon.com charged me only $14.19 for delivery and book within 3-5 days. If you want it by Thursday, you obviously would pay more for faster delivery.
Here is the link at Tim Challies' site that describes this reading adventure:
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