The King Jesus Gospel - Blog Tour
Posts are already coming in, as you can see below, and there are many more in the works. Check out the reviews of McKnight’s latest book, and feel free to interact with the reflections it has inspired for these bloggers.
If you registered for the tour, or just happened to write your own review of The King Jesus Gospel, please link to it in the comments and we will add it to the list!
All Loved says "a thought-provoking read"
Bible X wonders if linking the Gospel to Israel's story is reductionistic.
BillyVs Quickhits offers the first in a multi-part review.
Brian LePort shares at Near Emmaus "Great, great, great book! Like Wright said in his forward you won’t agree with everything, but you be challenged"
Conversant Life hopes "that McKnight continues to reach across ‘party lines’."
Craig Hurst feels that “The King Jesus Gospel has set the standard for the future of the discussion on the gospel.”
Desperate Theologian previews the debate behind the book.
Developing Theology “I enthusiastically commend this great little book”
Exploring Apprenticeship reflects on what The King Jesus Gospel has to say to the Stone-Campbell/Restoration movement.
Faith Reasonings asks if we can have a Gospel which doesn’t result in a changed life.
G.A. Dietrich overcomes his initial suspicions.
iCrucified believes this is “an important book” and demonstrates why.
Jacob Sweeny weighs agreements and disagreements.
Loudon's Leaf argues we cannot separate the Gospel from personal salvation.
Paul's Pensees wonders if we really know what the Gospel is.
Mgpc Pastor asks if the Gospel debate is an American preoccupation.
Pastor Jon suggests The King Jesus Gospel is groundwork for a larger conversation.
Seeking the Truth says "I found reading it to be a deeply enriching and encouraging experience. The church needs this book"
Theatrical Theology wonders if we should separate the Gospel from its results.
The Burner Blog “In The King Jesus Gospel, McKnight offers a tremendous resource for those of us who desire to put the pieces together again and emerge with confidence in the good news of Jesus Christ.”
At The Pangea Blog Kurt compares the Gospel Scot describes with the 4 Spiritual Laws.
The Squirrel Factor says “you will yell ‘AMEN BROTHER SCOT!’ at one point and totally disagree with him in another. And that's just the kind of book I adore! This is a keeper.”
Vannostrand appreciated McKnight’s argument despite some disagreements.
Words with Nate sees the book as an important clarifier.
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