My new book, Galatians: A Theological Proposal (222 pgs) is now available. If interested, you can grab it from Amazon or New Covenant Media. Here is a short description:
Blake White has written this book to defend the idea of the newness of the code we are under in serving Christ. I felt impelled to commend this book for two reasons. First, I myself wrote a book on the law of Christ that has not been published and now probably will never be published! That's how good this book is. Second, when I read this one I felt as envious as any human can feel! So, in fairness to Blake White I had to say so. By all means, get it and read it!"
"The Christian who learns generosity, kindness or humility as a way of life begins to be noticed. Her friends and neighbours quietly begin to wonder why she seems different, striking, at peace. Some are offended and angered by what they assume is some kind of spirtual superiority; some are drawn to ask the question of why she is like this. The result is the glory of God and the savltaion of people. If such virtue is absent, the non-Christian wonders what all the fuss is about. If Christians don't live in any discernibly different way from all the others, then why should he believe what they say? But if they do live differently,then it challeges, provkes and intrigues. Christian virtue is, at the end of the day, a missionary imperative."
-Graham Tomlin, Spiritual Fitness, 104.