The growth of Christian scholarship since the 1960s

Sometimes I think that Baby Boomers and Generation X Christians had it easier than the Christians that followed. Then again, maybe not; this from Gary North, born in 1942:

I wrote this book [Rapture Fever] for the same reason that I have written about two dozen books of Christian scholarship and published dozens of others with my own money or money I have raised: I am determined to offer Christians, especially college students, a biblical alternative to humanism. I want to provide them with something that no one provided me.

Quote source

North, G. (1993). Rapture Fever: Why Dispensationalism is Paralysed. Institute for Christian Economics, Tyler, p. xxvii.

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