The most popular posts are listed first.
What’s wrong with the “Romans Road” to salvation? 26 May. 2012
The Future of the People of God: Reading Romans Before and After Western Christendom 13 Jul. 2010
What I think Romans is about 1 Jun. 2012
Kindle edition of The Future of the People of God (invalidates Reformed reading of Romans) 22 Oct. 2011
Rob Bell and the Apostle Paul on the moral, intellectual and spiritual bankruptcy of the people of God 26 May. 2011
Douglas Campbell and the right(eous)ness of God 22 Nov. 2010
Tim Gombis on the New Perspective (and why it doesn't go far enough) 11 Jul. 2011
Paul’s argument about the atonement of Israel in Romans 3-4 17 Jun. 2011
Corporate or individual election in Romans 9-11? 5 Oct. 2010
Adam, original sin, and wrath against the Jew 29 May. 2013
The historical justification of the people of God by faithfulness 9 Apr. 2011
Straws in the wind: why the emerging church still matters 31 Jul. 2010
Is Christianity really any good for the world? 15 Jul. 2010
My small contribution to the SBL International Meeting in London 27 Jun. 2011
Rewriting the debate: resurrection and Romans 19 Aug. 2010
Douglas Campbell and the wrath of God 8 Nov. 2010
Peter Leithart's review of The Future of the People of God 27 Jul. 2011
The salvation of humanity or the salvation of Israel? 26 Nov. 2010
Douglas Campbell’s insufficiently apocalyptic reading of justification in Paul 31 Oct. 2010
More on the justification of Gentiles who do good works 24 May. 2012
Forgiveness of sins in Romans 11 Dec. 2012
Seeing Differently (and Daniel Kirk's review of The Future of the People of God) 2 Dec. 2010
Campbell’s The deliverance of God: three problems, one culprit, two books 25 Oct. 2010
Sonship and suffering at the heart of Romans 23 Oct. 2010
The case against (and for) coercive violence in Paul 26 Oct. 2010
Matthew Montonini's review of The Future of the People of God 2 Jul. 2011
TallSkinnyKiwi review of The Future of the People of God 19 Aug. 2010
Euangelion (briefly) on The Future of the People of God 21 Aug. 2010
How to rescue Romans from the fish tank of Reformed theology and return it to the sea of history 10 May. 2010
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Creation, fall, redemption, and new creation is not much of a metanarrative I came across this somewhat at random, but it illustrates a point. In an article on the role of theology on the Gordon Conwell website John Jefferson argues that a sound biblical theology is like the backbone in the human body—it provides...
More on the righteousness of God and the justification of believers Some pertinent questions were asked by Jon and Geoff in the comments in response to my last post on Wright and White on the “righteousness of God” in 2 Corinthians 5:21. This is an extended answer to them. The questions overlap a little,...
What was God's "eternal purpose"? I recently argued that Frank Viola’s definition of “beyond evangelical” captures some important, healthy emphases but does not do justice to the “narrated existence of the people of God”. Frank’s response was that the narrative component...