#FarewellJohnPiper? – What Boyd, Wright, Bell, and Whoppers Have in Common

Over the past several years John Piper has piped in on many things. And, yes friends, his pipes are loud and proud (well, not Whopper proud ). He is known for a having a very specific view of God, the Scriptures, and culture. On God, Piper pipes about God’s glory. I affirm this wholeheartedly – [Read More...]

Your Granny Is a Process Theologian! (Does God Change?) – Guest Post From Homebrewed Christianity (Tripp and Bo)

This past October I finally got to meet (in person) Bo Sanders and Tripp Fuller of Homebrewed Christianity.  They are great guys and if you do not subscribe to their podcast, well, you are missing out on something amazing.  They’ve interviewed too many names to list them all here, but lets throw down a couple: [Read More...]

Can You Lose Your Salvation? Greg Boyd and Mark Driscoll in Dialogue

This is the age old question: Can a person lose their salvation? Of course, two broad schools of thought emerge in theological discourse. On one end of the spectrum are the 5.5 point Calvinists (not really sure what the .5 is all about). This is representative of Mark Driscoll’s perspective (and basically most of the [Read More...]

The Binding of God: Genesis 22 as a Test Case for Open Theism in the O.T. (part 8) [Problem of Evil]

In what follows, you will read an “academic paper” in which I explore some elements of open theism (the link is to a brief introduction to open theism).  This is a view of God’s foreknowledge that is controversial, but still in the evangelical family of belief.  The most well known Christian leader who holds to [Read More...]


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