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The Gospel and Spiritual Formation

Scot McKnight has posted an outline from a talk he gave on spiritual formation in Milwaukee last weekend. Unfortunately I was not able to be there. (If I remember right I think it seemed too expensive. Plus I would have had to find a sitter for the kids.) He includes a great discussion of the difference between the modern evangelical gospel and the biblical gospel, which is, I think, quite close to the one I laid out in my last post. Scot is solidly evangelical, so I’m obviously not out in left field on this. The major difference is that I see this as way to affirm soteriological inclusivism, a conclusion I’m sure he would strongly object to. The minor difference is that I would want to emphasize the concept of covenant more than Scot.

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