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Unformatted text preview: Prcis 2-11-08 This passage of Harry Emerson Fosdicks Shall the Fundamentalists Win?(1922) shows Fosdicks distaste in the people who call themselves fundamentalists who feel there is no place for liberal Christians in the church. Evidence of this is shown in lines such as Their (fundamentalists) apparent intention is to drive out of the evangelical churches men and women of liberal opinions. He discusses how man has discovered new knowledge of the universe on issues such as origin and human history that of which the Christian church fears. Overall he stresses the ideology of Modern Christianity- the intertwining of modern life with Christian values-We must be able to think our modern life clear through in Christian terms, and to do that we also must be able to think our Christian faith clear through in modern terms. He calls for the need of tolerance as the fundamentalists are closed minded and intolerant to others that share different opinions than they do. Fosdicks sermon is important because it not only propelled him different opinions than they do....
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- Spring '08