Divinely Saved by S. M. Hutchens

Review

Divinely Saved

Theosis: Patristic Remedy for Evangelical Yearning at the Close of the Modern Age
by Michael Paul Gama

reviewed by S. M. Hutchens

This is a compact, scholarly analysis of mainstream Evangelicalism as a religious offspring of modernism, concentrating on its losing struggle for acceptance among its own millennial children, who are leaving their parents' churches in increasing numbers because, as post-modernists, they no longer share a presuppositional basis in rationalism and linear patterns of perception, including those associated with a punctiliar salvation experience that has gi . . .