- Brian LePort surveys the recent Driscoll-Evans-Bradley controversy and offers some well-to-do insight.
- Roger Olson shares why he defends controversial books like Love Wins.
- Jeff Cook offers a stimulating “response” to Chan and Sprinkles new book, Erasing Hell.
- While on the subject of Love Wins and Erasing Hell and God Wins (Mark Gailli’s book) my friend Craig provides many current discussion links and gives his thoughts on Erasing Hell (which are generally in line with my own here):
There aren’t many books on the topic of Hell, and most of those that do exist are pretty bad. So, Chan’s book stands out as a well stated and succinct defense. The bibliography and footnotes are quite good, as well.
Yes, the book has a Calvinistic approach. Yes, I have… ehem! issues with this topic. Yes, I am interested in any and all rebuttal. However, the authors should be commended for making such a solid contribution to the public debate on these issues
- Billy Birch asks, Did Arminius influenced early Anabaptists? And while on the subject of Arminius, the Arminian Evangelical Society gives a brief overview of Arminian Theology.
- Watch a group of guys from the Gospel Coalition discuss discuss the Gospel, Mission and the Church. Panelists include Trevin Wax, Kevin DeYoung, Matt Chandler and Jonathan Leeman.
- Michael Bird has written a six-part series on “The Church and Israel” (part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6). It was his second post that inspired me to begin my own study more narrowly on Romans 11:26 and to explore the question: “does ‘Israel’ refer to the nation or the ‘whole people of God’?” (so far Part 1 and 2 with more to come.)