Tom Schreiner on Andy Stanley and "Unhitching" the Old Testament

Tom Schreiner: Commenting on Andy Stanley's new book arguing that Christians must "unhitch" from the Old Testament, Schreiner disagrees and argues: "We must interpret the Old Testament in terms of God’s progressive revelation in his covenants in order to discern how to apply it today."

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TylerR's picture

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I've followed Stanley's madness from afar over the months. At it's heart, it seems Stanley's argument is (1) a bastardized, inbred form of a dispensationalism, (2) mixed with a healthy dose of evidentiary "mere Christianity-style" apologetics, and (3) an even larger dose of confusion. 

I should probably get Stanley's book. 

Tyler is a pastor in Olympia, WA and an Investigations Manager with a Washington State agency. He's the author of the book What's It Mean to Be a Baptist?

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....Andy Stanley is a genius who is showing us a fresh look at the faith, or he's a snake whose cleverness is going to be Hellfire for a lot of those who hear him.  Either way, Spurgeon's old admonition to speak plainly comes to mind.....and Tyler, you're more of a glutton for punishment than I am.  :^)

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