Go with the flow. Times change. Nothing ever stays the same. So proclaims the voice of our age. But is this wisdom of the world congruous with the wisdom of God? Is the church really too old-fashioned, or has it turned a blind eye as the world crept in and redefined God’s commands and His power? In fifteen clearly defined essays, John H. Armstrong and fourteen other evangelical leaders examine exactly what the sufficiency of Scripture and the authority of the Gospel entail theologically and what that means to us as followers of the Lord Jesus Christ. What does the name ‘evangelical’ mean historically, and how has its definition been altered? Is theology really important to the modern church? What about ‘seeker-sensitive’ churches? Should we manipulate the gospel to reach those it would otherwise offend? All sorts of people are claiming they’ve had ‘revelations from God.’ Does God still speak to us apart from the Bible? Can Scripture really heal hurting people? Isn’t that the job of ‘trained professionals?’Examine the answers to these and other tough questions with some of the leading theologians of our time, as they respond to the challenges brought by neoevangelicalism to the authority of the Living Word.