Review of the Blog – May to June 2007: More Atonement Wars and Terry Virgo

May was not as controversial a month as I reported yesterday that April had been. I continued with the following posts on the atonement and the resurrection throughout May and also into June. In fact, there were a few posts on the atonement which spilled into July, and I have listed them here also. If that’s not enough for you on this vital subject, remember to look at my April review which lists a lot more!

May and June were also the months I began to introduce my readers to the leader of the family of churches of which I am a part. I did a multi-part inteview with Terry Virgo, shared two of his sermons, and introduced his blog in these posts:

I highlighted a post on a subject that would later in the year lead to the first full-scale blog debate between some of my heroes of the faith. It was slightly cheeky, and I suppose the possibility of a challenge by others was implicit in Mark Dever and Ancient Baptistries. I was also very provoked by a post I quoted from Gandalf’s blog, Why Do We All Like Jesus?

I very much enjoyed talking with Liam Goligher, in a wide-ranging multi-part interview, as well as The Authors of Pierced for Our Transgressions.

I also put out a plea which remains out there for anyone with old messages from Downs Bible Week, C. J. Mahaney, and Others to contact me. In particular, I am interested in messages by my old mentor, Henry Tyler.

Also in May I was fascinated to come across a sound bite that has lived with me since—”We need to show the people we understand what it’s like to be unbelievers.”



"I'm sorry to hear about your suffering Adrian. Our Lord Jesus was "a man of ..."

Giving thanks IN your suffering, not ..."
"I think for most people it is only really in your 40s or 50s that ..."

Giving thanks IN your suffering, not ..."
"Thank you, Adrian, for this brilliant and personal post. I’m sorry for the suffering that ..."

Giving thanks IN your suffering, not ..."
"Your thoughts on the impact of the Protestant Reformation are insightful. We owe a great ..."

Reformation: 500 years young

Browse Our Archives

Follow Us!


What Are Your Thoughts?leave a comment