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No Creed but the Bible?

Scot McKnight on Jesus and orthodox faith in the 21st century

Source: No Creed but the Bible?

I fully agree with Scot McKnight, when he says: ‘… 72 more words

Evangelicalism

Rooted, Banning Liebscher (book review)

What surprised me most about this book was how it strayed from a triumphalistic theology (for triumphalism clarification click here). On the contrary Banning Liebscher… 478 more words

Theology

Scot McKnight, "If You Tweak a Weak Gospel You Still Have a Weak Gospel," (Video)

Above is a promo for a book that I am finishing up titled “The King Jesus Gospel: the original good news revisited” by accomplished New Testament scholar Scot McKnight. 84 more words

Theology

Thursday Quote Day: Scot McKnight

This week’s “Thursday Quote Day” features another quote from author and professor Scot McKnight:

“I can shrug off a wounding comment by telling myself that even though some person (the jerk) might not like me, God loves me.” (Scot McKnight The Jesus Creed)

Theology

If God is "open and relational," God knows nearly everything except probability

In this blog post on Scot McKnight’s blog, McKnight continues a review of Thomas Jay Oord’s new book, The Uncontrolling Love of God. It sounds like the book is another well-intentioned effort, … 487 more words

Does spiritual warfare let God off the hook for evil?

We’ll see what kind of response my comment gets on this blog post from John Frye on Scot McKnight’s “Jesus Creed” blog. (It’s a Patheos blog with unmoderated comments, however, so I don’t have high hopes.) In a nutshell, Frye argues that we need to emphasize spiritual warfare when we consider evil and suffering in the world. 433 more words

Heresy: Who Decides?

by Scot McKnight

From time to time I read a blog or hear someone call another person a “heretic.” Recently a blog friend asked me how I would define “heretic” or “heresy.” Yes, the term “heretic” can be defined. 162 more words

Discipleship