The Nicene Faith is a significant but theologically problematic survey of the major works and thinkers surrounding Nicaea and 4th-century theology.
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.
David VanDrunen presents an alternative to transformationist views of Christian cultural engagement yet ultimately fails to establish his two kingdoms view.
Bringing together his previous work, Douglas Wilson argues for the Classical Christian approach to education. However, it is ineffective towards this end.
How ought Christians respond to the challenges of Secularism and Radical Islam? Douglas Wilson argues, unsuccessfully, for a Mere Christendom alternative.