That’s the title of my first solo book.
The publisher is Lexham Press, which is a division of Faithlife. (Logos Bible Software is also a division of Faithlife.)
From the preface:
This book’s thesis is simple: Keswick theology is not biblically sound. It demonstrates this by answering three basic questions:
- Where did Keswick theology come from (chap. 2)?
- What exactly is it (chap. 3)?
- And why is this second-blessing theology not a blessing (chap. 4)?
If you’ve encountered some aspect of second-blessing theology, you’ll be fascinated to see how it fits in the story in chapters 2–3. And you’ll be challenged to consider its serious flaws in chapter 4. My goal is not to make you an arrogant know-it-all who pugnaciously goes on a second-blessing witch-hunt. My goal is to edify you by warning and equipping you. I’ll consider this book a success if it helps you understand second-blessing theology better, see why it’s not a blessing at all, and follow a better—more biblical—way in your Christian walk.
- Keswick Theology (March 24, 2008)
- Other posts on Logos Bible Software
- Interview on Keswick Theology (with Kevin DeYoung)
- Tom Schreiner’s Foreword
- Lectures on Keswick Theology
- Interview on Keswick Theology (with Alex Chediak)
- Will your book be available in print?
- Four guest posts on Kevin DeYoung’s blog:
- Three Recent Interviews
- “Why ‘Let Go and Let God’ Is a Bad Idea,” Tabletalk (August 2011): 74–75.
Update on 8/23/2017: My latest book attempts to survey and analyze “let go and let God” theology more accessibly: