Category Archives: Scot McKnight

What is so Appealing about the Anglican Communion?

Over the weekend, I learned that a friend of mine is considering ordination in the Anglican Communion. While he’s no Scot McKnight or Michael Bird, both of which switch to the Anglican Communion in recent years, his reasons for joining … Continue reading

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Scot McKnight’s Kingdom Conspiracy

Over at Euangelion, Mike Bird, who received a pre-pub copy of Scot McKnight’s new book Kingdom Conspiracy: Returning to the Radical Mission of the Local Church, gives a snapshot: “In a nutshell, McKnight argues that there are two predominant views of … Continue reading

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Women in Ministry: How Luke Geraty went Beyond Mike Bird

Over at ThinkTheology, Luke Geraty shares how he has changed his views about women in ministry.  While Luke doesn’t want to be labeled either an egalitarian or a complementarian, he offers the following as his position: “I am convinced that … Continue reading

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Scot McKnight on How to Read the Book of Revelation

“Revelation is best used when one is doing analysis of culture and society and is best put down when one wants to know what will happen in the future. In other words, Revelation is potent political theology and not speculative … Continue reading

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