New JETS articles

I caught a preview of the latest issue of JETS which includes articles by myself and Mark Seifrid on the New Perspective.

  • Mark Seifrid, “The Near Word of Christ and the Distant Vision of N. T. Wright.” pp. 279-298
  • Michael F. Bird, “What is There Between Minneapolis and St. Andrews? A Third Way in the Piper-Wright Debate.” pp. 299-309

HT: Alan Bandy.

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  • http://www.thinktheology.org Luke Geraty

    Michael, I loooooovvvvveeeeeeddddd your article on Wright and Piper. And I am a Reformed guy who sees a lot of great stuff from both scholars. Your middle ground “third way” was fantastic. Thanks! Great service for the church!

  • http://www.thinktheology.org Luke Geraty

    Michael, I loooooovvvvveeeeeeddddd your article on Wright and Piper. And I am a Reformed guy who sees a lot of great stuff from both scholars. Your middle ground “third way” was fantastic. Thanks! Great service for the church!

  • Michael Bird

    Luke, glad you liked it!

    • http://www.thinktheology.org Luke Geraty

      Hopefully, http://www.etsjets.org/ will update their JETS archive so that it is available online.

      Do you know if the article is online somewhere else (i.e., have you placed it anywhere else?)?

      Your thoughts regarding using ancient sources was extremely insightful (and a good push back for myself). As much as I love the Puritans and many of the Reformed “fathers” (Calvin, etc.), I agree that sometimes we (Calvinists) accept those writings while dismissing others just because we disagree with them. That’s bad, and I’m thankful that you pointed that out.

      I’m speaking at a conference for a group of “Charismatic Calvinists” (http://www.charismaticreformed.org/) that is focusing on the subject of “Union with Christ” and I was also really interested to think through more on the “union/imputation” concepts you wrote on. Any suggestions?

      Blessings

  • Michael Bird

    Luke, glad you liked it!

    • http://www.thinktheology.org Luke Geraty

      Hopefully, http://www.etsjets.org/ will update their JETS archive so that it is available online.

      Do you know if the article is online somewhere else (i.e., have you placed it anywhere else?)?

      Your thoughts regarding using ancient sources was extremely insightful (and a good push back for myself). As much as I love the Puritans and many of the Reformed “fathers” (Calvin, etc.), I agree that sometimes we (Calvinists) accept those writings while dismissing others just because we disagree with them. That’s bad, and I’m thankful that you pointed that out.

      I’m speaking at a conference for a group of “Charismatic Calvinists” (http://www.charismaticreformed.org/) that is focusing on the subject of “Union with Christ” and I was also really interested to think through more on the “union/imputation” concepts you wrote on. Any suggestions?

      Blessings

  • Peter V. Legarth

    Michael, I have to confess that I used your paper as a part of the curriculum in a course on Romans – before your paper was published. I hope that you forgive me!! It is a brilliant paper! Greetings from Denmark (Lutheran School of Theology in Aarhus)

    • Michael Bird

      Peter, glad you find it helpful, blessings on Denmark and your superb Aussie Princess!

  • Peter V. Legarth

    Michael, I have to confess that I used your paper as a part of the curriculum in a course on Romans – before your paper was published. I hope that you forgive me!! It is a brilliant paper! Greetings from Denmark (Lutheran School of Theology in Aarhus)

    • Michael Bird

      Peter, glad you find it helpful, blessings on Denmark and your superb Aussie Princess!


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