Remembering the “Progressive Orthodoxy” of Horace Bushnell Part Two

Remembering the “Progessive Orthodoxy” of Horace Bushnell Part TwoBushnell was self-consciously a mediating theologian. He stood against the stream of New England Unitarianism and the accommodating liberalism while at the same time resisting the rigid orthodoxy and incipient fundamentalism of neo-Puritanism and the Princeton Theology (Alexander and Hodge). He strongly defended belief in the supernatural, including Jesus’ miracles (although he felt no need to defend every biblical miracle stor … [Read more...]


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