I'm reading the book, Four Views on the Spectrum of Evangelicalism. It is one of the Zondervan Counterpoint books.
Thus far I have read the first view by Kevin Bauder. Before I even read his chapter, just the inclusion of Fundamentalism as one view of Evangelicalism was informative. The fact that a serious Fundamentalist (Though in good Fundamental fashion some Fundamentalists will likely criticize Bauder of doing so) leader would be a part of the project provided further insight, light and encouragement. I also read the first response to Bauder's position, a CONFESSIONAL EVANGELICAL RESPONSE R. ALBERT MOHLER JR..
I have come to appreciate both of these men in the past couple of years. Their contribution to this book--what I have thus far read--is encouraging. I look forward to reading more. I welcome conversation with others who are reading the book.