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Andy Woods: January 17, 2020

Fundamentalism vs Neo-evangelicalism. Recently, a piece from Christianity Today was written claiming that it is un-Christian to support the Presidency of Donald Trump. This editorial went on to support Trump’s removal from office. This editorial captured the attention of many since it was considered to be a Christian perspective. However, does such an attack piece really represent the Christian point of view? The answer to that question is no when you understand the distinction between fundamentalism and Neo-evangelicalism. When this distinction is observed, it becomes clear that not everyone who claims to be speaking for Christ represents all Christians. Here, we will explore of the differences in worldview between Neo-evangelicals and fundamentalists. How does this recent attack piece on Donald Trump coming from Christianity Today actually make sense when we first understand the core differences between neo-evangelicalism and fundamentalism?


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Andy Woods

Andy became a Christian at the age of 16. He graduated with High Honors earning two Baccalaureate Degrees in Business Administration and Political Science (University of Redlands, CA.), and obtained a Juris Doctorate (Whittier Law School, CA), practiced law, taught Business and Law and related courses (Citrus Community College, CA) and served as Interim Pastor of Rivera First Baptist Church in Pico Rivera, CA (1996-1998).

In 1998, he began taking courses at Chafer and Talbot Theological Seminaries. He earned a Master of Theology degree, with High Honors (2002), and a Doctor of Philosophy in Bible Exposition (2009) at Dallas Theological Seminary. In 2005 and 2009, he received the Donald K. Campbell Award for Excellence in Bible Exposition, at Dallas Theological Seminary.

Formerly a professor of Bible and theology at the College of Biblical Studies, Andy now serves as president of Chafer Theological Seminary and senior pastor of Sugar Land Bible Church. Andy has contributed to numerous theological journals and Christian books and has spoken on a variety of topics at Christian conferences.

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