In Defense Of Creedalism

Thanks to Gary Johnson for forwarding to me a recent essay by Roger Olson, who is Foy Valentine Professor of Christian Theology of Ethics at George W. Truett Theological Seminary of Baylor University. In that essay, “Against Creedalism: Why I Am A . . . Continue reading →

Be Careful Little One Whom You Criticize

There is a fundamentalist ethos in [neo-Calvinism],” Olson says. “You get pats on the back and merits for criticizing outsiders, but not for criticizing insiders. There is a system where if you are young coming up in the ranks, you get points . . . Continue reading →

The Narcissism of Evangelical Latitudinarianism

In a recent editorial in Christianity Today, David Neff interacts with Roger Olson’s version of his argument that Arminians are the victims of mean Calvinists. Neff says, Olson, responding to a handful of contemporary Reformed critics who exclude Arminians from the evangelical . . . Continue reading →