Enjoyed listening to this 9Marks interview between Mark Dever and Carl F. H. Henry in 1997. This would be six years before Henry's death in 2003.
Dever asked Henry to identify some differences that he sees in evangelicalism between today and earlier in the 1950 and 60s. Two points came out:
1) Earlier there was a need to call evangelicals, who had largely withdrawn from the culture, to be more active in, and engaged with, the culture. Today the problem, Henry says, is to get the contemporary culture -- very much degenerated -- out of the evangelical.
2) In the 1950s and 60s evangelicals saw that they needed one another and so worked together. Today, Henry said, they do not feel that they need each other the way they needed each other then. Too many evangelicals and churches are pursuing their own agendas and individual ministries apart from a relationship to the wider body of evangelicalism.
Listen to the full interview here.