“Modern religious liberalism has really only one dogma and consequently knows just one heresy… From this viewpoint a person is heretical to the extent that he may believe that there is absolute religious truth. – John Horsch
On This Page
1. A Religious Revolution
2. The Inspiration And Authority Of The Holy Scriptures
3. Christian Experience
4. Religious Certainty Considered From The Point Of View Of Modernism
5. Philosophy And Theology
6. The Fathers Of Liberalistic Theology
7. The Modern Doctrine Of Divine Immanence
8. The Biblical Versus The Modern View Of Prayer
9. The Deity Of Christ Vs. The Modern Doctrine Of The Divinity Of Man
10. Sin And Salvation
11. Two Types Of Modern Theology Compared
12. The Ethical Interpretation Of Religion — The Liberalistic Morality
13. The Social Gospel
14. Religious Democracy, The Denial Of God’s Sovereignty
15. The New View Of Religious Education
16. The Modernist View Of Missions
17. Modern Religious Unionism
18. Church Discipline Versus Persecution
19. Historical Falsehoods — Contrasts Between Freedom And Anarchy
23. What Ails Our Colleges And Seminaries?
25. The Immorality Of Theological Counterfeiting
26. Modern Theology In The Light Of The World War
27. The Failure Of Religious Liberalism
28. The Failure Of Unitarianism
29. The Chasm Between The Old And The New Theology
Social Improvement Instead of Personal Salvation
“…Modernism overlooks the fact that personal salvation is for the individual a far more important matter than the privilege to live in a socially improved society. It is more important to have the victory of the spirit through a personal relationship to God than to have one’s social and political and economic desires satisfied.
“And the thought that the world may be regenerated through human instrumentality, or in other words, that conditions on earth may be improved to such extent that men are no longer born in sin and do no longer need personal salvation through Jesus Christ — this thought is utterly fallacious. If individual reformation does not change the heart of the one who reforms, neither will improvement of social conditions break the organized power of evil that is manifest in the world.
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Lutheran Library edition first published: 2019-07-18