Jesus Creed

Monday we begin a series on Roger Olson’s new book, Reformed and Always Reforming. I promise to interact with this book a little more, not because I disagree but because he’s sketching stuff I am seeing too. When I was in college Harold Lindsell wrote his famous book about the Bible and set off a firestorm by lighting unnecessary fires; he fired his volley from the conservative side against what he thought was theological drift. That so-called “drift” is now to be found in what Olson calls the “postconservative.” Olson’s book, with a little Tocqueville hint to its descriptions, will (I’m suggesting) be more important than many perhaps now realize.

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