Andrew Perriman reflects on his "consistent narrative-historical reading" of the New Testament, and what it does and does not mean for the church today. I've read his writings for years, and while I'm much more on the side of N.T. Wright, and more so the Anabaptists, I find his perspective compelling and valuable.
"Occasionally, amidst the rapid rise and fall of trends, fashion and fancy, we are faced with true revolution: paradigm shifts that throw out excess baggage of some kind and usher in new ways of thinking and seeing altogether. The catch is that you need to have the benefit of hindsight to truly measure their effectiveness. With this in mind, I believe that the interaction design community is witnessing an important revolution — an ‘IxD Bauhaus’ of sorts."