By Bradley J. Longfield
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By the second decade of the twentieth century, therefore, the Presbyterian Church included most of the ingredients necessary for a major battle. Strict conservatives, determined to maintain the orthodox faith, had won significant victories in the expulsion of Briggs and Smith and in the adoption of the Portland Deliverance and the five fundamentals. Having come thus far, they were not about to tolerate any liberal advances. Even so, liberal sentiment, aided by the Cumberland reunion, was growing apace.
44 Thornwell's epistemological convictions buttressed his doctrine of scriptural authority. "45 Scrip- J. Gresham Machen 35 ture provided "facts" to the theologian in the same way that nature provided "facts" to the physical scientist. 46 Thornwell's biblical hermeneutic and philosophical proclivities provided support for his social views. " He continued, The Scriptures not only fail to condemn slavery, they as distinctly sanction it as any other social condition of m a n . . Our argument then is this: If the Church is bound to abide by the authority of the Bible, and that alone, she discharges her whole office in regard to slavery when she declares what the Bible teaches, and enforces its laws by her own peculiar sanctions.
Though the council was concerned with ecumenical cooperation on all levels, social and economic issues dominated its agenda. At its first meeting the council adopted a "Social Creed of the Churches," which called for the abolition of child labor and improvements in the wages and working conditions for industrial laborers. 71 For many, like prominent Presbyterian layman William Jennings Bryan, progressive politics and progressive theology did not necessarily go hand in hand. 72 As the country was struggling through the era of Reconstruction, a new type of millennial thought, dubbed dispensational premillennialism, was winning adherents.
The Presbyterian Controversy: Fundamentalists, Modernists, and Moderates (Religion in America) by Bradley J. Longfield