Mainline Churches are on the decline, losing as much as half of their membership since 2000. This video discusses why this is the case. This video is part of the Christian Denominations Class I will be teaching later this semester at Master’s Baptist College
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This video is part of the preparations for a class I will be teaching at Master’s Baptist College in Spring 2019 on Christian Denominations. In this video I discuss the differences between Episcopal and Anglican and compare them to Independent Baptist Churches.
This famous sermon, preached by Harry Emerson Fosdick, is a good look at the argumentation that won the day for the modernists in the “Fundamentalist-Modernist controversy.” Even today it is relevant, as these arguments are used in mainline churches, emergent churches, and by those in Evangelical churches who want more Ecumenism.
This video is part of the preparations for a class I will be teaching at Master’s Baptist College in Spring 2019 on Christian Denominations. There are several cross-denominational categorizations of churches: Mainline, Evangelical, Fundamentalist, etc. This video describes what Mainline churches are like today.