Monday, March 26, 2012

Pastor Wells' Review of "The Escondido Theology"

Daniel Wells, a self-described "young pastor," has posted an interesting review of Frame's "The Escondido Theology."  It is interesting, because I think both Frame's supporters and supporters of E2k will find things in it they won't like.  So, perhaps this provides a good example of a "balanced" review of the book.


Truth Unites... and Divides said...

Daniel Wells: "In the end, Frame rightly notes that ET theologians, like Horton, would be better off to provide examples and analysis of relevance/contextualization so that there would be less confusion as to where Horton and others stand on the issue (p. 296)."

I totally agree with Frame and Wells on this. It's helpful for E2K advocates to discuss examples and realistic hypotheticals.

Godith said...

This is a very helpful review by Wells with good links to other sites, especially to Evans. Thank you for linking to it.

Truth Unites... and Divides said...


With regards to Godith's comment about Evans's article about confessional hermeneutics, do you think Escondido 2K is at odds with the WCF standards that's touted at Westminster Seminary California?

turretinfan said...

TU&D: Some E2k advocates are more out of line than others. I'll leave it at that for now. -TurretinFan