It’s become clear in recent months that the FV/NPP controversies in the broader evangelical and Reformed worlds haven’t gone away. A leading congregation in the Gospel Coalition has implicitly endorsed N T Wright by having him speak to a church-sponsored gathering. There are FV-related church-court cases in two PCA presbyteries and the beginnings of a process in a third. These processes have revealed that there are theological termites under the ecclesiastical wainscoting. A congregation in my own federation has recently published a critique of the synodical committee (long after the Synodical committee report appeared) complaining, in typical FV fashion, that the orthodox still do not understand the FV movement and I’m told that Reformed college ministry leaders are becoming enamored of NT Wright. Apparently it doesn’t matter that the several NAPARC denominations have considered and rejected both the NPP and FV movements. So it’s encouraging to see that some are reading CJPM and benefitting from it.