By Luke Geraty
A Biblical, Theological, & Practical Response: Why I think Ken Wilson is wrong (part 1). This is the first initial review of ALTMC that looks at the positives and then expresses some of the concerns about Ken’s work.
A Biblical, Theological, & Practical Response: Why I think Ken Wilson is wrong (part 2). Continuing the review, time is spent demonstrating that Ken’s starting points are questionable and that the binaries he constructs are, in fact, misleading.
Responding to Ken Wilson (part 3). A short review, again, of some of the initial starting points found in ALTMC.
Reviewing Ken Wilson (part 4): His Treatment of the Old Testament. The first serious engagement with exegetical and theological issues raised within Ken’s ALTMC. Many of the dismissals of the OT texts make faulty assumptions and are based on either a misreading of the texts, a reliance upon older scholarly literature that has been abandoned, or without knowledge of works addressing relevant issues. In this piece, challenges are raised for the way that Ken reads, understands, and applies the OT.
Ken Wilson on Pauline Theology (part 5). This raises the problematic way in which Ken understands the Pauline texts and offers substantial critical evaluation of his disagreement with most NT scholars as well as selective use of certain sources such as Richard Hays, etc.
More coming soon…
By Thomas Lyons
On the Road Between Ephesus and Thyatira: An Alternative Model to Ken Wilson’s in ALTMC, Part 1. How can Revelation help us to think about Ken Wilson’s proposals? Here is an alternative approach that takes into significant consideration the best scholarly understanding of porneia, the Greek word often translated as “sexual immorality.”
On the Road Between Ephesus and Thyatira: An Alternative Model to Ken Wilson’s in ALTMC, Part 2. A continuation of why Revelation is relevant to discussing Ken’s work in ALTMC and how we think about porneia.
On the Road Between Ephesus and Thyatira: An Alternative Model to Ken Wilson’s in ALTMC, Part 3. The conclusion to the three part series on how Revelation and the NT’s use of porneia is relevant to responding to and providing an alternative model to ALTMC.
By Don Bromley
Agree to Disagree. “Disputable Matters” in Romans 14. This post demonstrates why Ken Wilson’s use of Romans 14 is questionable and why the alleged “third way” is not an actual third way.