Beyond The Fundamentalist/Liberal Controversy: A Revisionist History of H. Orton Wiley at Point Loma Nazarene University

Wiley brushes aside the claims of liberals and fundamentalists, rejecting a middle way that adopts perspectives of both. Instead, Wiley undermines the whole project upon which these ideologies are based. Both liberalism and fundamentalism rely on a modernist approach that attempts to lay a ground for knowledge that is universally accessible. Wiley rejects this foundationalism by rejecting the proposition that truth is readily accessible to all people. Wiley assumes the unity of revelation and thus avoids the split between public and private truth. The Christian university can disregard liberalism’s separation of faith from our public bodies.

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