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Fall 2017: Other Significant Articles


Can Josh Harris Kiss His Book Goodbye?: Twenty years after his dating bestseller, he reconsiders its controversial arguments” Quick To Listen (July 10, 2017).

In this 41 minute podcast, the former megachurch pastor associated with the charismatic Calvinist fellowship Sovereign Grace discusses how he is reconsidering some of his book’s arguments and perspectives. Harris says, “In certain ways, I Kissed Dating Goodbye was the equivalent of relational health and wealth.”


Kevin J. Vanhoozer, “Catholic but Not Roman: To celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, the ‘Reforming Catholic Confession’ calls Protestants to unity” Christianity Today (October 2017), pages 64-65.

Kevin Vanhoozer introduces “The Reforming Catholic Confession: A ‘Mere Protestant’ Statement of Faith to mark the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation.’” A summary of the confession appears in the October issue of Christianity Today, and an invitation: “To read the full text of the confession with a historical and theological explanation, or to add your name to the list of signatures, visit”


Roger E. Olson, “The Legacy of the Reformation in Contemporary Evangelicalism” Patheos (September 17, 2017).

“Evangelical historian and theologian Donald W. Dayton, a Free Methodist, rebelled against this evangelical self-narrative in the 1980s and 1990s, publicly criticizing it in the pages of Christian Scholar’s Review, an evangelical scholarly journal jointly published by about fifty Christian liberal arts colleges and universities. Dayton labeled the Marsden-Noll-Ramm majority evangelical narration of evangelical history the ‘Puritan Paradigm’ and argued for an alternative narration he labeled the ‘Pentecostal Paradigm.’ This was at a time when the largest denomination in the NAE was the Assemblies of God and the second largest was the Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee). Dayton argued quite cogently that evangelical history and theology was being unfairly dominated by Reformed historians and theologians and Calvinism was central to that one-sided narrative of evangelical history and theology. He also argued cogently that evangelical history, theology and spirituality have been just as much influenced by Pietism, revivalism and Pentecostalism and that the Wesleyan contribution to evangelicalism was being ignored or at least neglected by the likes of Marsden, Noll and Ramm.”


Costi Hinn, “Benny Hinn Is My Uncle, but Prosperity Preaching Isn’t for Me: As part of the family empire, I lived a life of luxury. Then doubts began to surfaceChristianity Today (October 2017).


J. Lee Grady, “Watch Out for the Virus of Spiritual Pride” Fire In My Bones (September 6, 2017).


Rachel Gilson, “I Never Became Straight. Perhaps That Was Never God’s Goal: Why I embraced the Bible’s sexual ethic before I understood itChristianity Today (October 2017).

William De Arteaga says, “This is the best piece I have seen on the Christian and same sex attraction.”

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