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