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Doctor of Theology (ThD)
The conclusion of this study is that Fundamentalism and the Missouri Synod were not related closely enough for either to exert major influence upon the other. Basic factors in the background of each group kept them at a distance from one another, and, while their paths were often parallel, they never actually converged. The relationship was, for the most part, cordial, but never intimate, with the result that there was no important interchange of ideas and attitudes. It is for this reason that the word "in" had to become "and"--"Fundamentalism and the Missouri Synod,” signifying the revised view of at least one student of the subject.
Rudnick, Milton, "Fundamentalism and the Missouri Synod" (1963). Doctor of Theology Dissertation. 65.
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