Differences Between Evangelical And Liberal And Neo Orthodox Views

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OOver the centuries, as some Christians grew more and more doubtful about the possibility of ancient orthodox beliefs in the contemporary, critical world. Could they preach the old, old story in a new, new world in which the way of thinking was supposedly more sophisticated than in the early, medieval or Reformation worlds? Would the modern world accept traditional beliefs like the Trinity, the unity of Jesus in two natures, the total wickedness of humans and the strict, substitutionary atonement (Bingham, p. 150)? In the paper I will compare and contrast Evangelical, Liberal, and Neo-Orthodox views as it relates to scriptures. Next in this paper will discuss analyze the strengths and weaknesses of each of the three movements. The term "evangelical" comes from the Greek, meaning "the good news" or the "gospel." the evangelical faith focuses on the "good news" of salvation brought to sinners by Jesus Christ. Evangelicals have five convictions are at the base of the faith of those associated with the movement. First, they believe that the Bible is the supreme authority for faith and practice. Second, they believe in the essential of new birth, an experience of conversion through grace. Third, they believe in the centrality of the redeeming work of Christ. Fourth, they believe in the pressing need to evangelize the world. Fifth, they believe that the church is a community of believers in dwelt by the Holy Spirit (Voskuil). Liberal theologian’s tried to explain Christianity

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