The Case Against the Federal Council of Churches

Chicago: Conservative Baptist Fellowship, 1948. First edition. Stapled wrappers (4 ¾” x 6 ¾”), 68 pp. Light wear to wrappers, VG+.

Discusses the doctrinal divergence between evangelical Christianity and the “unevangelical and openly socialistic” Federal Council of Churches and maintains that the radical concept of separation must be applied due to the Council’s apostasy. Tulga, an evangelical pastor, wrote similar titles on cases against Communism and modernism. Item #06125

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