Macedoine Salad Without the Bowl

The blurbs provided include some of the usual suspects, but I want to note the contribution by Danielle Shroyer, pastor of Journey Church in Dallas. She points out that Franke rescues us from “rigid dogmatism” on the one hand and “‘anything goes’ pluralism” on the other. Well, it remains to be seen how rescued we are at the end of the day, but in the meantime let us muse on whether the author of 1 Tim. 2:12 was a rigid dogmatist or not. And what is the halfway point between rigid dogmatism and anything goes pluralism anyway? Is it “some but not all things go” pluralism?

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