I have serious concerns about the Thomistic revival that seems to be sweeping Evangelicalism in recent years, including many Reformed pastors and scholars (see my reviews of Carter, Barrett, and Dolezal). In The Failure of Natural Theology, Jeffery Johnson addresses one significant issue raised by the theology of Thomas Aquinas. I am thankful to have … Continue reading Review of The Failure of Natural Theology
None Greater offers a clear account of the classical attributes of God but is unpersuasive, relying on a flawed methodology.
Contemplating God argues that Evangelicals need to retrieve the classic doctrine of God. It has good things to say but many problems.
Rejoice and Tremble offers a helpful but ultimately one-sided exposition of the important Biblical concept of "the fear of Yahweh."
The Trauma of Doctrine addresses an issue of utmost importance, trauma and the Church, but its offered solutions are spiritually devastating.