Welcome to episode fifteen of the Fortress Press Live podcast! In this episode, we speak with Oliver Crisp about his book, Deviant Calvinism: Broadening Reformed Theology. In this episode we cover the following topics: -Oliver’s education background and current teaching role at Fuller Theological Seminary. -How did the idea for Deviant Calvinism get its start? -How are “Calvinism” and “Reformed Theology” defined in the book and what elements contribute to the word deviant in the book’s title? -What are the core themes and problems focused on in the book? -What additional topics did quite make the cut for the book? -What if any correlation do you see between eternal justification and the Lutheran understanding of objective/subjective justification? -Doesn’t the “God must display essential attributes in eternal judgment” (e.g. Holiness, righteousness) argument against universalism make God in His very nature dependent upon creation? -How does this correspond with orthodox understanding of God’s self-sufficiency? -Who was the intended reader/audience you were writing for? -How might Deviant Calvinism be used in the classroom? Many thanks to Joshua Torrey (torreygazette.com) for reviewing Oliver’s book and submitting questions for the interview. Read the show notes for this episode and subscribe to the podcast at fplive.fortresspress.com/015.