See below for some great church-historical posts from this week in cyberspace. There’s more where these came from: my Bethel University colleague Chris Gehrz’s (yes, that’s his smiling mug at right) new blog, The Pietist Schoolman.
- Two takes on contemporary worship: composer Lawrence Mumford dissected its unique strengths and weaknesses; professional traditionalist D.H. Williams found mostly the latter (to absolutely no one’s surprise).
- Roger Olson distinguished between fair and unfair criticisms of Calvinism and Arminianism, and chided some of his fellow Arminians for not always knowing the difference.
- One gifted Christian historian interviewed another at the Historical Society Blog.