Albert Mohler, Serene Jones (of Union Theological Seminary), and Josh Harris all make this short segment. I think Bell’s book has the potential for really sifting out where Christians stand on this crucial issue on which so much is at stake — not just who God is, but what the gospel message is, and whether the historic evangelistic motivation makes any sense. Should people be risking their lives to tell others about Jesus Christ? And what exactly (if anything) should they be told about Jesus Christ?
With all the attention swirling, the publisher has moved up the release data of Love Wins to March 15.
Given the above, this is a welcome announcement:
Responding to significant demand, The Gospel Coalition has added a new event—”God: Abounding in Love, Punishing the Guilty”—addressing these subjects during our upcoming national conference. Starting at 7:30 a.m. on Thursday, April 14, TGC president and co-founder Don Carson will speak from the Grand Ballroom stage at McCormick Place. After about 35 minutes, he’ll be joined in a panel discussion by TGC co-founder and vice president Tim Keller, along with council members Crawford Loritts, Stephen Um, and Kevin DeYoung. The panel will field questions submitted from the audience. The event will conclude at 8:40 a.m. in time to prepare for the morning session on the conference’s final day.
HT: Denny Burk