Mark Vroegop's Weep with Me argues that Biblical lament provides a language for racial reconciliation to Christians from minority and majority cultures.
God on the Brain is a clear and careful analysis of the cognitive sciences within a Biblical worldview. There is much for which to praise God but no challenge to Christian faith.
Putman describes the causes of and prescribes a treatment for theological division, revealing in the process the danger threatening Evangelical theology.
By making the case for theological triage, Ortlund has made a great contribution. However, the nature of theological triage raises significant questions.
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.