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163 Beyond the Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy: Pentecostals and Hermeneutics in a Postmodern Age Timothy B. Cargal* "To my friends and teachers in the Pentecostal Movement who taught me to love the Bible and to yy teachers and friends in the Presbvterian Church who taught me to understand

In: Pneuma

actually understood about what happened there and the resulting implications that would go on to shape later decades of Pentecostalism and Evangelicalism. The popular recollection focuses on the fundamentalist-modernist controversy and the teaching of evolution in the public school curriculum as

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the anti-Modernist controversy, such statements were understood simply as a confirmation of the previous attitudes. To use Mánek’s language, nothing had really changed on this front. Similar positions are not found in Lumen Gentium and Unitatis redintegratio . What does not get a mention in the

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spirituality inim- ical to social ethics as a heritage of last century's fundamentalist-modernist controversies? Survey data from 1,188 women in the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod provides evidence related to those questions. Using numerous uni- and multi-dimensional indicators of spirituality and of social

In: Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, Volume 14
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and techniques. Traditionally marked by an emphasis on evangelism and a broad, grassroots ecumenism , the movement split in the 1920s with the rise of liberal Protestantism and the fundamentalist-modernist controversy ( Liberal Theology ; Fundamentalism ). Gradually since the 1930s, the growth

in The Encyclopedia of Christianity Online

Princeton Seminary. He soon became a leading conservative voice in the 1920s fundamentalist-modernist controversy in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). He defended traditional orthodoxy in such works as T...

In: Religion Past and Present Online

assistant professor (1914–1929) of New Testament at Princeton Seminary. He soon became a leading conservative voice in the 1920s fundamentalist-modernist controversy in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). He defended traditional orthodoxy in such works as The Origin of Paul's Religion (1920), Christianity

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. Traditionally marked by an emphasis on evangelism and a broad, grassroots ecumenism, the movement split in the 1920s with the rise of liberal Protestantism and the fundamentalist-modernist controversy (Liberal Theology; Fundamentalism). Gradually since the 1930s, the growth sector of such organizations has

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, this path is not only open to Pentecostal scholarship, it is a path which Pentecostals must take if they expect to communicate to the postmodern world. ' Timothy B. Cargal, "Beyond the Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy: Pentecostals and Hermeneutics in a Postmodern Age," PNEUMA: The Journal of the

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. Timothy Cargal has offered an assessment of hermeneutics as presently practiced by classical Pentecostals. In his excellent article, "Beyond the Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy: Pentecostals and Hermeneutics in the Postmodern Age,"' Cargal argues that the Fee-Stronstad-Menzies debate about the

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