May 27, 1996
In April of 1996, a group of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals (ACE) gathered in Massachusetts to hear the Cambridge Declaration read and its theological undergirding discussed. This declaration sought to define the essentials of being evangelical. Alistair Begg was privileged to attend that gathering and serve on the committee that wrote the Declaration. In this interview, he shares about his experience at a crucial turning point in American evangelical history.