A Classical Response to Relational Theism
A Reformed Evangelical Critique of Thomas Jay Oord’s Evangelical Process Theology
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
“In this exemplary and instructive book, Brian Orr undertakes a theological conversation of the utmost importance. The reality of God’s goodness and love—supremely revealed by Christ’s Pasch—is paramount for Orr’s interlocutor, Thomas Oord. The question consists in how best to articulate this divine love in accordance with Scripture. We have Orr to thank for laying out the issues so lucidly, and for retrieving resources from the Christian tradition that have so much to offer.”
—Matthew Levering, Mundelein Seminary
“Much contemporary theology, including evangelical theology, argues that the classic understanding of God is not in accord with the Bible. Brian Orr, in this significant volume, not only decisively refutes such a notion but also admirably and creatively demonstrates the truth and beauty of the classical understanding of God as a Trinity of persons. Orr has done evangelical Christians a great service, as well as the whole of the Christian academy.”
—Thomas G. Weinandy, author of Does God Change?