Review by Armstrong, John H. Reformation & Revival Journal, 10 no 3 Sum 2001, p 216-219.
Review by Cribb, Bryan, Baptist Press.
Review by McFadden, Kevin. KWMC (blog). Kevin McFadden says that the authors of TRSBU are amillennialists. I do not understand how TRSBU manifests this. It is a rather curious claim in that I teach at an institution that requires me to sign a doctrinal statement annually that is not amillennial.
Review by Morrison, Gregg S. Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 45 no 4 D 2002, p 673.
Review by Pennington, Jonathan T. Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology, 21 no 1 Spr 2003, p 72-75.
Review by Richardson, Neil. Expository Times, 113 no 6 Mr 2002, p 209.
Review by Wilkin, Robert N. Journal of the Grace Evangelical Society 15 no 28 2002 pp. 2-24. See my earlier brief comment on Wilkins's review.
Review by Yinger, Kent. Evangelical Quarterly, 76 no 4 O 2004, p 367-369.
Review by Zuck, Roy B. Bibliotheca Sacra, 160 no 638 Ap-Je 2003, p 241-243. See my earlier brief comment on Zuck's review.
Interaction with TRSBU by Keathley, Ken. "Does Anyone Really Know if They are Saved? A Survey of the Current Views on Assurance with a Modest Proposal." Journal of the Grace Evangelical Society 15 no 28 2002 pp. 37-59. See my earlier brief comment on Keathley's interaction with TRSBU.
Free Justification: A Hill to Die On by Steve Fernandez. I have previously commented on this booklet, which was originally intended to be the first chapter of a book. Fernandez not only fails to understand The Race Set Before Us, he resorts to deceptive quoting that makes it appear that we argue for ideas that we actually repudiate. I may re-post my response to Fernandez.
I am not sure whether I should post it again because it strikes me as so unseemly to have to expose the serious failings of a pastor to be accurate, truthful, and judicious in his handling of The Race Set Before Us. It feels unseemly and cheap, not simply to defend our ideas, but to expose a completely fallacious assault by a man who read the book with jaundiced eyes and heart. Pointing out the faults of another, even if that one has published his own wrong and defective indictment of our beliefs, seems unsavory and offensive. I have a fairly deep sense of what Paul experienced and the turmoil he underwent as he expresses it in 2 Corinthians 11. It is akin to the twin proverbs:
Do not answer a fool according to his folly,
or you will be like him yourself.
Answer a fool according to his folly,
or he will be wise in his own eyes (Proverbs 26:5-6).