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The significance and authority of scripture from three distinct viewpoints first evangelical with its strong emphasis on the Word of God it left little space to advance with the ever changing civilization. Second the Liberal movement was all about cultural relevance and used only as a record of history. Each holds a legitimate argument Neo-Orthodox nevertheless is a good blend of both ethnic significance and scriptural foundation. The Matters Evangelical Evangelicalism carried a strong emphasis on the Word of God. That will be in its own right a positive to the motion. Bible is used as the middle of the Christian faith, however where they went wrong was stating that God is not moving anymore and what we have in this book is all that there is. There's absolutely no requirement for any stranger since the Bible is complete. Actions will be based on the foundations of the Scriptures and things that do not directly align with this scriptures will not be tolerated. The evangelical movement held to the truth that the Bible is the authoritative Word of God. However, aloud no room for experiential or cultural relevance of the Bible. They did believe that the Bible was вЂњthe only infallible, authoritative Word of GodвЂќ (qtd. in вЂњChurch HistoryвЂќ) the evangelical movement joined people together out of other random religions and formed a cohesive bond between churches. Liberal Friedrich Schleiermacher believed that a personвЂ™s private revelations of God took precedence over their revelations from Scripture. Schleiermacher claimed the Bible was nothing more than a record of othersвЂ™ religious experiences, as opposed to the inspired Word of God (Lane 238) He taught that oneвЂ™s experiences and feelings brought about the spiritual aspects of today. There outside sources employe...