A Conservative Evangelical Response to Progressive Christianity

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Dan Jensen’s new book refuting the progressive Christianity movement

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I am convinced that the church is on the precipice of a far greater controversy that took place with the Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy during the early 20th century...

With his extensive background in theology, Dan Jensen offers the conservative Evangelical community a no-nonsense assessment of the growing and aggressive progressive Christian movement in his book “A False Kind of Christianity.”

The book is primarily written for lay conservative evangelicals and especially for American conservative evangelical pastors who are not scholars. Jensen provides two chapters of personal testimony, a short overview of the history behind the progressive Christian movement, and a summary of the teachings of the movement.

“I am convinced that the church is on the precipice of a far greater controversy that took place with the Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy during the early 20th century,” said Jensen. “I was inspired to write this book after many years of debating with progressive Christians in many different venues and from seeing the havoc that they are beginning to wreak.”

“A False Kind of Christianity” supports the conclusion that the progressive Christian is lacking a biblical foundation. Jensen makes it clear why this movement must be countered by conservative Evangelicals.

“A False Kind of Christianity: A Conservative Evangelical Refutation of Progressive Christianity”
By Dan Jensen
ISBN: 9781512785159 (softcover); 9781512785142 (hardcover); 9781512785135 (eBook)
Available at the WestBow Press Online Bookstore, Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the author
Dan Jensen graduated from Bethany College with a BA in Social Science and a minor in Biblical/Theological Studies. He later earned his first master’s degree from Reformed Theological Seminary and a Th.M. in Systematic Theology from the University of Aberdeen. Until very recently, Jensen was heavily involved in ministry work and, for a period during this time, was an ordained minister with the Evangelical Church Alliance. He labored in ministry work for around 16 years before deciding to focus on his calling as a theologian. Jensen currently resides in St. George, Utah with his four children. To learn more, please visit http://www.dan-j-jensen.com.

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