UK Evangelicals and the Academy

This paper is in three parts. Firstly, it begins with an historical survey of evangelical attitudes in the UK to the academy and the theology of the academy in particular from the inter-war years to today. Secondly, I chronicle and examine the world-wide evangelical accreditation movement of the 1980s which, although it was not especially concerned with the UK, was an attempt to create an alternative theological academy to the one in the universities to which evangelical colleges could more easily relate. Thirdly, I present an essay outlining a personal view of the ideas and concepts involved in deciding whether and how evangelicals should relate to the theology of the academy in the UK.

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