This blog featured a series on Dennis Kinlaw's "Let's Start With Jesus: A New Way of Doing Theology", recently. Dr. Kinlaw has recently published "Lectures In Old Testament Theology: Yahweh is God Alone."
This book is based on classroom lectures given at Asbury Theological Seminary in 1993. Dr. Kinlaw is the past President of Asbury College as well as the founder and President of the Francis Asbury Society. Here is a brief review promoting Kinlaw's book from the Touchstone Magazine blog by James M. Kushiner.
Dr. Kinlaw's book was edited by Dr. John N. Oswalt. Dr. Oswalt was a professor at Wesley Biblical Seminary while I was a student there as well as my academic advisor. He is now at Asbury Theological Seminary. He took a one year sabbatical to edit Kinlaw's book. Here is a review of Dr. Oswalt's recent book "The Bible Among The Myths: Unique Revelation or Just Ancient Literature?" from Scott McNights Jesus Creed blog.
Dr. Matt Friedeman, Professor of Evangelism and Christian Education at Wesley Biblical Seminary, has written "Discipleship In The Home." Dr. Friedeman has also co-written with Lisa Friedeman Ausley, "LifeChanging Bible Study-Practical Keys to a Deeper Understanding of the Word." Here is a review of the first book from philipmarianne.blogspot.comhttp://philipmarianne.blogspot.com/
Dr. Gary Cockerill, Professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology at Wesley Biblical Seminary, will be presenting two papers at the Evangelical Theological Society. They are " 'Justification' or 'Perfection'? Salvation in the Letter to the Hebrews" and "More Than Paul: The Justification Debate and the Letter to the Hebrews." (Originally read in Brian Small's blog.) When I was at Wesley Biblical, Dr. Cockerill was head of the Hebrews Study Group at the ETS. I don't know if he still is. Whether he still is or not, that is quite an honor considering how the ETS is dominated by Calvinists.
Today I saw a video featuring Dr. Al Mohler and others promoting the "New Calvinism." In that video, Dr. Mohler states that serious Christians searching for a theological home can turn nowhere but to Reformed Theology. Dr. Mohler is one of the best Christian commentators when it comes to cultural issues, but this comment reveals either willful ignorance or arrogance concerning other theological traditions. I was planning on posting this article before I saw this video today. Yet the publications listed here go a long way in showing brother Mohler the error of his thinking.