The latest issue of Christianity Today magazine has a very interesting article which highlights the difference between the philosophy of ministry of fundamentalists and the philosophy of ministry of evangelicals. The article is a glowing report on the prospect of grassroots renewal groups within liberal protestant denonimations gaining control over the denominations over time and turning them back to orthodoxy. Here is a link to the article: http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2003/008/1.34.html Renewing liberal churches to orthodoxy is a long-term dream and goal of new-evangelicalism. Billy Graham felt that it was possible to renew them, and that is why he allowed, tolerated, and recruited liberals to sponsor his crusades. He believed that if people got saved and went back into the liberal denominations they would ultimately turn the denominations back to the truth. Do you think that infiltating and taking over liberal denominations over a period of time is a biblical strategy? Do you think this strategy will ultimately succeed? Do you think that the fundamentalist's alternative to this strategy is more biblical? Do you think fundamentalists are having greater effect in spreading the gospel because we practice seperation?