William Dyrness’s book, Insider Jesus, is an attempt to provide a theological framework for evaluating “insider movements.” He adopts Scott … Continue reading Review: Insider Jesus by William Dyrness
In Walking with the Poor, Bryan Myers presents theoretical background as well as practical direction for doing the work of … Continue reading Review: Walking with the Poor
By now it’s a tradition: at the end of each year I post all the books that I finished reading … Continue reading Books Read in 2019
For many evangelicals Eastern Orthodoxy is compelling, if not for its seemingly evangelical convictions (contrasted with “Rome”), but for the … Continue reading Review: The Victory of the Cross – Salvation in Eastern Orthodoxy by James R. Payton Jr.
In Communion and Otherness, John Zizioulas expands and elaborates upon ideas that were presented in Being and Communion. What sets … Continue reading Communion and Otherness
In The Call to Personhood Alistair McFadyen expresses concern about two unsatisfactory conceptions of individuality and personality, these two conceptions … Continue reading The Call to Personhood
During my studies at Fuller I came to realize something: many evangelicals are unaware of some of the great resources … Continue reading In Search of Christ in Latin America