Third volume out soon

Of this major new commentary on the Psalms. It is an important commentary. However, like all commentaries, this one should be read with discernment, as the author is an open theist. He is constantly preaching about God’s plan B, and how humans force God to change His plan. Nevertheless, Goldingay has a keen insight into literary structure, and I have gleaned many insights from his work.

4 Comments

  1. Steven Carr said,

    November 10, 2008 at 10:14 am

    An open theist??? Sigh…perhaps, Lane, you should post about how commentators are contributing to the fragmentation of theology.

  2. greenbaggins said,

    November 10, 2008 at 10:42 am

    How about a whole Ph.D thesis? ;-)

  3. ReformedSinner said,

    November 10, 2008 at 1:40 pm

    Heh,

    When I read his “Models for Scripture” I knew something doesn’t sound right, and I see he’s teaching at Fuller Theological Seminary. But I still gave him the benefits of the doubt thinking I probably over-read him. But thanks Lane for confirming my thoughts.

  4. November 11, 2008 at 8:56 pm

    Plan B, eh? Reminds me of classical dispensationalism, which claimed that Israel’s rejection of Jesus as its Messiah, which (supposedly) caught God by surprise. He then had to go to a Plan B.

    I wonder if Plan B is related to “Plan 9 from Outer Space,” one of the worser of Ed Wood’s really bad movies…


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