The Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy

…liberal voices urging the church to adapt to modern times. Presbyterianism at its best, they argued, is malleable and capable of adjusting to new cultural and intellectual developments. One change that began to take place was the significant expansion of the bureaucracy of the church in the interests of greater
organizational efficiency, especially with the growth in power of General Assembly moderators and the office of the denominational stated clerk.

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