Social Engagement Before It Was Cool: The Life and Times of Carl F. H. Henry (Part 6)

This is Part 6 of 6.  For those who have made it this far (all two of you), thanks and enjoy. Perhaps the most powerful and illuminating illustration of Carl F.H. Henry’s political philosophy comes from the New Testament itself; the letter to Philemon.  In it, Paul writes to the well-off Christian leader Philemon concerning […]

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Social Engagement Before It Was Cool: The Life and Times of Carl F. H. Henry (Part 4)

In order to enact these principles, Carl Henry sought for much of his career to build a unified public face for evangelicism for social action and public engagement.  In fact, the self-description of Christianity Today at its’ founding in 1956 was as, “transdenominational literature speaking in a clear voice on behalf of evangelical Christianity.”  This is no […]

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