Roger E. Olson (born 1952) is Professor of Theology, George W. Truett
Theological Seminary, Baylor University, Waco, Texas, United
Olson was born in Des Moines, Iowa, and studied at Open Bible College
in Des Moines, North American Baptist Seminary, and Rice University.
He is also an ordained Baptist minister. He is married and together
with his wife, they have two daughters and one granddaughter.
He is a five-point
The Journey of Modern Theology: From Reconstruction to Deconstruction
(2013) ISBN 0-8308-4021-4
Against Calvinism (2011) ISBN 0-310-32467-X
God in Dispute: "Conversations" among Great Christian Thinkers (2009)
Finding God in the Shack: Seeking Truth in a Story of Evil and
Redemption (2009) ISBN 0-8308-3708-6
How to Be Evangelical without Being Conservative (2008)
Questions to All Your Answers: A Journey from Folk Religion to
Examined Faith (2007) ISBN 0-310-27336-6
Reformed and Always Reforming: The Postconservative Approach to
Evangelical Theology (Acadia Studies in Bible and Theology) (2007)
Pocket History of Evangelical Theology (The Pocket IVP Reference
(2007) ISBN 0-8308-2706-4
^ Short bio and picture ^ https://www.ivpress.com/roger-e-olson ^ Curriculum Vitae ^ George R. Knight Seventh-Day Adventists answer questions on doctrine 2003 p473 "In a similar vein, Roger E. Olson has pointed out that "many conservative evangelical theologians have resurrected the old polemical labels of heresy and aberrational teaching to marginalize those evangelicals who would dare to embrace a belief that was once relegated to the sectarian margins of Protestantism. This hardly seems like a valuable expenditure of time and energy. Annihilationism does not strike at the heart of the gospel or even deny any major Christian belief; it is simply a reinterpretation of hell. " ^ Mark G. Toulouse God in public: four ways American Christianity and public life relate 2006 p241 " Roger E. Olson has developed the discussion of these two "loose coalitions" in "The Future of Evangelical Theology," Christianity Today (hereafter CT) (February 9, 1998): 40-48. He offers Edward Veith's Postmodern Times: A Christian Guide . ^ Stanley James Grenz -The Social God and the Relational Self: A Trinitarian Theology of ... 2001 p49 "own poignant statement, which Roger E. Olson has labeled "Pannenberg's Principle."133 " ^ "A New Research Project: Editing/Revising the "Handbook of Denominations in the United States"". Roger E. Olson. Retrieved 2016-02-17.
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