"Within each section one will find a smattering of subjects, all interesting to be sure, which provide a cross section for some of the issues inherent in the intersecting of these two movements. For example, within the section concerning the Fundamentalist-Modernist controversy, two of the essays look at the life and works of Daniel Kauffman, a bishop in the Mennonite Church and how he interacted with evangelicalism and fundamentalism as they shaped the church in the early 20th century. The other two address fundamentalism in the Grace Brethren Church and in specific Mennonite Conferences in Pennsylvania. Do these essays build off of one another? No. Do they give the reader a solid sense of the issues at hand? Somewhat. But more than those rudimentary questions or even a survey of historical interactions with fundamentalism or modern liberalism, they provide real, human illustrations of how Christians reacted to and adjusted for the changing of times, which in some respects is even more valuable, as it serves as a historical mirror in which we can reflect upon the positions of our own churches today."