How to Become a Liberal Without Attending Harvard Divinity SchoolBy Michael Lawrence | 02.24.2010
I love my sheep, and I love myself. And it’s those two loves, wrongly focused, that tempt me down a gospel-denying path.
Particular Redemption, The New Perspective, and More (with John Piper and Bruce Ware)By B. Ware, J. Piper, M. Dever | 02.28.2007
John Piper offers his thoughts on the New Perspective and other prominent topics today. He also briefly interacts with Bruce Ware on the extent of the atonement.
The Pursuit of Christ in the Devotions of a PastorBy Mike Gilbart-Smith | 06.08.2006
I consider everything a loss compared to the surpassing greatness of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord, for whose sake I have lost all things. I consider them rubbish, that I … keep reading…
Book Review: Velvet Elvis: Repainting the Christian Faith, by Rob BellReview by Greg Gilbert | 9Marks Journal: The Emerging Church | 03.03.2003
Bell’s “questions” are not as innocuous as they first sound. They are the means by which he permits one to disconnect and throw away the springs one doesn’t like.
Book Review: Deep Church: A Third Way Beyond Emerging and Traditional, by Jim BelcherReview by Greg Gilbert | 9Marks Journal: Church Discipline (Part 2) | 03.02.2003
The reunion Belcher is hoping for here is just not going to happen.
The Gospel and its Implications for the Church with Michael HortonBy M. Dever, M. Horton | 06.18.2002
Dr. Michael S. Horton, fiery author, seminary professor, and editor of Modern Reformation, discusses the importance of the objective Cross-work of Christ over against the emphasis on subjective interpretation common in evangelical circles today.
Book Review: What’s So Amazing About Grace?, by Philip YanceyReview by Greg Gilbert | 06.02.2002
In the end, Yancey’s conception of grace is inadequate at best.
Book Review: The Nature of the Atonement: Four Views, ed. by James Beilby and Paul EddyReview by Greg Gilbert | 9Marks Journal: The Gospel | 03.05.2002
This book discusses the question: “What image or understanding of the atonement does Scripture present as primary?”
Book(s) Review: T. D. Jakes: Various WorksReview by Greg Gilbert | 03.22.2001
On the whole, most of T.D. Jakes’s works belong on the psychology shelves at the bookstore.
Book Review: Your Best Life Now, by Joel OsteenReview by Greg Gilbert | 9Marks Journal: The Church's Mission | 03.08.2001
If Joel Osteen wants to be the Norman Vincent Peale of the twenty-first century, he has every right to give it a shot. But he should stop marketing his message as Christianity, because it is not.
Review of Rob Bell’s NOOMA — Part 2Review by Greg Gilbert | 9Marks Journal: Cooperation | 03.08.2001
Having watched so many of these videos, it strikes me just now how seldom Bell uses the traditional Christian language to name Jesus.