Tuesday, July 12, 2005

A Fire Storm of Links

I can't keep up with all the things that I need to post related to the recent posting of Tim McGrew's correction of one of the postmoderns formerly known as protestants in yesterday's blog. So I'm going to dump them all here.

First, Steve Hays has nailed it in response to Enloe's all-too-general and completely unsubstantiatable (is that a word?) statements about who does exegesis correctly and who doesn't (as though he would know anything about that). Bravo! And while I couldn't have said it better myself . . .

. . . the Pedantic Protestant said it almost exactly the same way. Indeed, he has been quite busy writing about the obvious damage control now being undertaken by the "confusio sanctorum" crowd, and also offers his observations about the battle of the Tims.

On a related note, here's a piece on Postmodernism by D. A. Carson that appeared in Modern Reformation.

Also, an older review by Douglas Groothuis of Brian McLaren's A New Kind of Christian that I missed when it came out but which was sent my way.

I have been remiss on this one: Those of you who benefited from reading Dr. McGrew's devastating critique of Enloe will surely benefit from the compact version of his book on Foundationalism.

Each one of these links is a must-read in its own right.