The final part (published yesterday) of my series on young-earth creationism and modern fundamentalism. We must be careful in associated with ICR and AiG while being thankful for their resources and using those resources for our benefit.
Young-Earth Creationism and Modern Fundamentalism: A Historical Study (Part 3) Analyzing fundamentalism and its relationship to the Young-Earth Creationism (YEC) movement is necessary as both movements interact with another in the present and the future. The driving concern of Fundamentalism remains separation from apostasy and contention for the faith. The driving concern of Young-Earth Creationism…
My name is A. Jacob W. Reinhardt. I am a follower of Jesus who loves His Word, the Bible. I am a theologian who is passionate for truth and sharing it with Christians and this lost and dying world. I posess a master of arts degree in Biblical Studies from Clarks Summit University (South Abington Twp., PA), and am working toward the doctor of philosophy degree in Bible and Theology from Calvary University (Kansas City, MO). My primary interests are in traditional dispensationalism, the doctrine of the Bible, theological method, and the doctrine of salvation. I am married to my lovely bride Deborah. For my day job, I work as an IT systems engineer with certifications from multiple industry leaders. My wife and I live in West Seneca, New York, a suburb of Buffalo. We are members of the First Baptist Church of West Seneca, an independent and fundamental Baptist church.
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