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“At first glance it appears that Scot McKnight’s gospel proposal in his recent book, The King Jesus Gospel, is very much “Wrightian”. But the more I reflected on what McKnight had to say, and the more I perused much of what Wright says throughout his work, the wider a contrast between the two developed.”
Jeremy Bouma finishes a five part review of Four Views on the Spectrum of Evangelicalism -
“I must say how impressed and thrilled I was to see the level of candor, honesty, and stick-to-itiveness regarding personal positions coupled with irenic, respectful dialogue. While there were clear differences (even heated ones), this book stands as a witness to the type of dialogue that can happen in the Church.”
“this volume is a good introduction and manual for pastors, students, and church leaders in understanding the major religions that are no longer simply “out there” in the world, but are right around the corner as neighbors, coworkers, and even fellow students of our elementary kids. If you’re looking for a good overview of the history, beliefs, and practices of the Religious Other that you encounter in your community, pick up this handy manual by Hexham.”
"As I wind up my own PhD studies (just the defense is left!), I can certainly appreciate most of what Witherington says in this book. In fact, I wish I had read something like this ten or fifteen years ago, it would have saved me some trouble."
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