J Gresham Machen's the Gospel and the Modern World
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Does the gospel of Christ have a future in our increasingly secular world? J. Gresham Machen, who paid a steep price, professionally and personally, for his adherence to the gospel, pondered that question in the writings that comprise this thought-provoking booklet: * "The Gospel and the Modern World" (1929) * "Selected Correspondence with Harold John Ockenga" (1931) * "Preaching the Gospel in the Modern World" (1931) * "Skyscrapers and Cathedrals" (1931)
The title essay is followed by five letters between Machen and Harold John Ockenga, and "Skyscrapers and Catherdrals."
J. Gresham Machen (1881-1937)) was a professor at Princeton Theological Seminary for twenty-three years before founding Westminster Theological Seminary in 1929. After graduating from Johns Hopkins University in 1901, Machen enrolled in Princeton Theological Seminary, where he earned both a master's in philosophy and a bachelor's in divinity. He is the author of Christianity and Liberalism and The Origin of Paul's Religion.
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