By making the case for theological triage, Ortlund has made a great contribution. However, the nature of theological triage raises significant questions.
I often struggled with the purpose of reading the Bible daily, but I found help in an unusual place. Martin Kähler shows us that we know God in Scripture.
The Way to Nicaea makes a significant contribution to Patristic scholarship, but the value of the book is limited by its hermeneutical framework.
William's Arius is a significant work in Patristic scholarship and has enduring value for the student and scholar studying this period.
In One Assembly, Jonathan Leeman argues that the multi-site and multi-service church model is not Biblical. However, he fails to make his case.