Carl F.H. Henry, the founding editor of Christianity Today, was considered by many to be “The Dean of Evangelical Theologians.”
And indeed he was. His six volume work “God, Revelation, and Authority,” provides a lasting standard for understanding Scripture. His influence upon the collective mind of conservative Christian thought is indelible. In a 2001 interview he stated, “I am very worried about the loss of the priority of the mind among evangelicals. This is a matter of great importance in the struggle for evangelical fidelity. It must not be forgotten.”
The importance of the evangelical mind must not be forgotten, and for that very reason, neither should Carl F.H. Henry: Lord willing, neither will be.