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By David Stokes, Steerforth Press, 2011 Reviewed by Dr. Kent Kersey, Associate Professor of Ministries One of my church history professors described fundamentalism as “no fun, too much damn, and no mental.” Such a description surely highlights the attitude of … Continue reading