Reforming the Evangelical Conscience
The Unformed Conscience of Evangelicalism: Recovering the Church’s
by J. Daryl Charles
Downers Grove, Illinois: InterVarsity Press, 2002
(277 pages; $20.00, paper)
reviewed by Hans Boersma
Taking his cue from Carl Henry’s 1947 The Uneasy Conscience of Modern Fundamentalism, Evangelical scholar J. Daryl Charles sets out in The Unformed Conscience of Evangelicalism to inject a moral corrective into the life of Evangelicalism. The author’s passion makes clear that he regards the current situation no less desperate than the lack of social concern Evangelicals faced in the 1940s. Where Henry worried about fundamentalism being reduced to a “tolerated cult status,” Charles warns that Evangelicals are in danger of . . .