McKnight on "Against Calvinism"
Here is an excerpt from the first post of the series.
“I was speaking at a conference not long ago, was in an engaging conversation with a young pastor about theological topics when I mentioned “the Reformed theologian Karl Barth” when the young pastor said, “Barth wasn’t Reformed.”
So I asked him, “What was he?” His response was “Liberal.” “Perhaps more liberal than you, but Barth was in the Reformed Church.”
He was shocked so I asked him who he thinks represents Reformed theology today the best. His response: “Piper and Driscoll.”
As I read Olson, that is the problem he is addressing.”
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