Oct

23

2007

Trevin Wax|3:25 am CT

The Best of Kingdom People: 16-20

Kingdom People turns 1 this week. In celebration, I am counting down the 25 most visited Kingdom People posts.

 

#16. The Baptist Diocese

March 15, 2007

In this article, I asked some tough ecclesiological questions regarding the recent move of some mega-churches to multi-site campuses. Since publishing this article, I have spoken with respected church leaders about my concerns. The answers I have received have only caused me more concern regarding the direction of the multi-site movement.

 

#17. Bruchko: The Story of Bruce Olson

December 28, 2006

This is the first of a two-part review of Bruce Olson’s autobiography, a fascinating missionary story that took Olson into one of the most violent South American tribes.

 

#18. Derek Webb and the Gospel of the Kingdom

August 15, 2007

Tony Kummer and I had the privilege of doing a SaidatSouthern podcast with Derek Webb. Shortly after the release of Part 1, a controversy erupted over Webb’s definition of “the gospel.” I came to Webb’s defense by showing how the New Testament writers spoke of “the gospel” and pleading for grace, instead of nitpickiness (is that a word?).

 

#19. Don’t Tell Me N.T. Wright Denies Penal Substitution

April 24, 2007

This is one of the posts I put the most work into (because it was originally an essay for my Systematic Theology class). In it, I lay out the view of N.T. Wright regarding the penal substitutionary model of the atonement. I have said it before and I will say it again: My stampeding theoblogian friends, be cautious when attacking people. Read authors well before you start disagreeing with them.

 

#20. The True Scandal in Warren/Obama Controversy

December 22, 2006

Put the words “Warren,” “Obama,” “scandal” and “controversy” into one title, and you’re bound to bring in some traffic from search engines. That’s what I learned, anyway, when I posted this article on Rick Warren inviting Barack Obama to speak at a conference. What is the true scandal? You’ll have to read the post to find out!

 

CONTINUE (Posts 11-15)

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