Reviewing Forde – “Caught in the Act: Reflections on the Work of Christ” Part 2

This entry is part 7 of 8 in the series Reviewing Forde

Note 2 on Gerhard Forde’s 1984 “Caught in the Act: Reflections on the Work of Christ” Forde rejects the vicarious atonement. He does not describe the doctrine of vicarious atonement accurately, rather, he frames it as a human notion trying … Continue reading

Reviewing Forde – “Caught in the Act – Reflections on the Work of Christ” Part I

This entry is part 6 of 8 in the series Reviewing Forde

Note 1 on Gerhard Forde’s 1984 “Caught in the Act: Reflections on the Work of Christ” Published in Word and World 3:22-31. Reprinted in 2004 A More Radical Gospel. (85-97, quotations from this printing) This article overlaps in theme and content with Forde’s … Continue reading

Reviewing Forde – Forde’s “On Being a Theologian of the Cross” part one

This entry is part 3 of 8 in the series Reviewing Forde

Editor’s Note: The following comes from Pastor Joseph Abrahamson of the ELS.  He is the well-known author our Redeeming Holy Days from Pagan Lies series.  He has been assigned a paper that will require him to research Gerhard Forde’s works.  … Continue reading