Moody, D. L. (Gundry, Stanley N.) LOVE THEM IN
Moody Press, 1976, 1st ed., 252 pgs. HB, DJ, good Condition 1976 Hard Cover Good
This book is a comprehensive treatment of the theological content of Moody's sermons and an evaluation of the relationship of his doctrine to his highly successful urban evangelism. Among the questions to which the author addresses himself are the following: Did the implicit theology Moody preached come from a sincere apprehension of the Christian faith, or was it a theology of convenience designed to attract crowds and win converts? Was Moody's doctrine of the atonement that of a liberal? Did Moody bellieve in Hell? Did Moody take over & adapt the principles & methods of Charles Finney for urban evangelism? Was Moody a Calvinist or Arminian? Was he a Perfectionist? Did he speak in tongues? How profoundly did the teachings of t he Plymouth Brethren affect Moody's theology? Had Moody lived in the first third of this century, would he have been more in sympathy with the Modernists or the Fundamentalists? Dr. Gundry lets Moody speak for himself & moves right to the heart o f his theology --his understanding of the gospel & how it is received.