This week’s list includes the following links:

– Evangelical theologian Clark Pinnock has passed away. James K.A. Smith shares some thoughts, Justin Taylor does as well, so does Derek Ouellette, and Roger Olson.

Gerald Hawthorne passed away as well.

– Scot McKnight has interviewed Brian McLaren and Marc Cortez is wondering why McLaren can’t answer questions when asked. Denny Burk says we should ignore McLaren altogether!

– Nijay Gupta has interviewed Ben Witherington.

– Bruce Reyes-Chow explains why we must continue to address the subject of race.

– Ben Myers writes on “theology and friendship”.

– Kevin DeYoung writes on “the ministry of rebuke“. He has more to say about it here and here.

– T.C. Robinson asks if “spiritual” disciplines are necessary when we are indwelt by the Holy Spirit. Also, he asks some questions talks about the soteriology of Open Theism.

– Scott Lencke asks why the question, “Why the Holy Spirit?”

– Esteban Vazquez shares Moses Silva’s thoughts on the πίστις Χριστοῦ debate.

– C. Michael Patton asks if modern science makes “demon possession unnecessary”.

– Fr. Ted Bobosh is doing a series on reading biblical text. You can find it here, here, here, here, and here.

– David Starks talks about Second Temple Literature as a “cultural script”.

– Daniel Kirk continues to write on the church post-inerrancy here and here adding an adjacent thought here.

– Roger Olson argues that inerrancy doesn’t matter. Also, he shares some thoughts on “unconditional election and universal atonement”.

– Michael Dowdry says, “biblical Christianity is bankrupt”.

– Andrew Jones reviews Andrew Perriman’s The Future of the People of God.

– The new issue of Themelios is available.

– CNN reports that someone is trying to “Tweet the Bible”.

– Western Seminary is hosting an anti-human trafficking conference for pastors and other church leaders at their Portland campus.