Dan Wilkinson at the blog Unfundamentalist Christians just posted a great review of What’s So Confusing About Grace? Here are a couple excerpts: “Equal parts humorous, sobering, and thought-provoking, Rauser explores the big issues of Christianity by honestly recounting the often self-deprecating anecdotes of his youth.” “Rauser readily admits when he doesn’t have the answers, and good-naturedly pokes at […]
Last year I wrote an article titled “Hell, right doctrine, and right character” in which I explored the link between the formulation of right doctrine and the process of sanctification. The idea, in short, is this: correct doctrine ought to encourage the process of sanctification (aka becoming Christlike). Thus, if acceptance of a particular doctrine tends to undermine the process […]
Yesterday I posted an article posing the question: “If the God of Calvinism exists, would you worship him?” My answer is, yes, of course! Why? Because within Calvinism (as within Christian orthodoxy generally) God is understood to be morally perfect, and it is right and proper to worship a morally perfect being. Of course, I […]
Dan Wilkinson of the Unfundamentalist Christians blog just reviewed Is the Atheist My Neighbor? In short compass he provides a good overview and strong commendation of the book. You can read the review here.