- “Four Historical Stages of Fundamentalism” (32:17 min.)
- “Current Issues Within Fundamentalism” (22:10 min.)
- “Trends in Evangelicalism” (30:07 min.)
The interview is not filled with energy and humor like the recent Mahaney-Dever interview; Farnham, in comparison, is calm and perhaps a bit monotone. I’d take issue with some of his comments here and there, but I realize that it is very challenging to nuance complex historical and theological issues in an interview like this. If you have been exposed only to the worst forms of fundamentalism or to caricatures of such, you may be surprised to listen to a fundamentalist who doesn’t sound like a belligerent anti-intellectual. Check it out.