Done!

Coming in Early October:   Isn’t that cover pretty? And now the writing is completed! Here’s an excerpt: When it comes to the exegesis of Scripture, we are truly treading upon holy ground. While many view the interpretation of God’s Word as nothing more special or important than the reading of any other ancient book, in reality the more proper …

Who Killed Jesus?

Isn’t it amazing that this is the big question today because of the Gibson film? And isn’t it even more amazing that the early church, long before the first gospel was written or the first epistle penned, knew the answer? And isn’t it just sad that most evangelicals don’t even believe what the Bible says about it anymore, and refuse …

Odd Things I’ve Heard Today

Real briefly today: two odd, odd things I saw this morning. First, TGE was confusing “New Covenant Theology” with various other viewpoints he doesn’t like, and in the process said,  The Incarnation means the SPACE TIME world is IMPORTANT, which therefore means that BODY is important, which therefore means that RITUAL is important, which therefore means that theology that downplays …

OK, Enough Already

OK, I’ve made glancing comments on the Dividing Line without getting specific, mainly due to respect for the individual (I still like this guy!) and out of hope that some semblance of balance might be regained. But today’s rambling comments by Timothy Enloe (see the blog entry for 1/14/04) simply demand a brief response. Seemingly, unless you believe it is …

A Quick Thought on NPism

As I have been speaking a lot lately on “New Perspectivism”, I thought I would share a thought that I was developing while speaking on the subject briefly in St. Paul, Minnesota over the weekend. First, as I was flying up there, I had been giving thought to how NPism “flattens out” some of the most precious and full truths …