Jeff K. Clarke



Here is the link to my guest post over at Kurt Willems blog entitled, Evangelicalism: A Boundless-Centered Theology. Drop by and share your thoughts. The post also made it on to Rachel Held Evan’s Sunday Superlatives (July 29, 2012). Thanks to Kurt and Rachel for your support. Very much appreciated!


The Word Made Fresh and Society of Evangelical Scholars meeting November 2011—Theme: Exploring the Life and Theology of Clark Pinnock. Video includes entire session including Don Thorsen, Sarah Pinnock, Scot McKnight, Linda Mercadante, John Sanders, and Roger Olson.


On the topic of theological development, a number of Christian leaders clearly reflect the paleo-orthodoxy of Thomas Oden, D.H. Williams, and Robert Webber. They are also referred to as Evangelical Traditionalists, who identify an ancient doctrinal consensus (creeds) as a source and norm alongside of scripture. They often use tradition as a ‘governing authority’ for evangelical theology, and the ultimate interpretive lens through which all Christians should read scripture. As a result,… Read More