"We will never save civilisation as long as civilisation is our main object. We must learn to want something else even more."
—C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity
"A Fundamentalism Worth Saving" was a statement about what kind of fundamentalism would be worth saving. It was not an argument that such a fundamentalism exists.Kevin T. Bauder
So then why is Dr. Bauder wasting his time at a "fundamentalist" seminary recruiting at "fundamentalist" colleges, if his idea of a "fundamentalism worth saving" doesn't even exist?
Perhaps because he believes that he might find people who still hold to the idea of fundamentalism within the movement? Or, where else would he be?
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