A Reply to S. M. Hutchens’s “Abreast of the Times” by W. Bingham Hunter

A Reply to S. M. Hutchens’s “Abreast of the Times”

by W. Bingham Hunter

Thank you for the opportunity to provide a brief historical statement concerning matters touched on in the Fall 1995 issue of Touchstone.

In 1989 the Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS) faculty approved the following statement:

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