Not long ago I posted reviews of Tullian Tchividjian’s “Jesus + Nothing = Everything”. Each of the reviews expressed some considerable appreciation but also very graciously expressed some serious concerns with Tullian’s theological emphasis, especially in regard to sanctification.
- Jared Oliphint posted a review with his concerns.
- David Murray posted a review with his concerns.
- And Mark Jones weighed in too.
Now, Lane Keister has also weighed in with a review that has put together some positive thoughts while, along with the others, graciously raising concerns about Tullian’s book. I think the issues that each of these reviewers have shared are very legitimate and ought to give readers pause before they uncritically accept some of the things Tullian has to say.