Andrew Ray Williams is pastor of Family Worship Center (York,
Pennsylvania), a St. Basil Fellow at the Center for Pastor
Theologians, and an instructor at Life Pacific University (San
Dimas, California) and at SUM Bible College and Theological
Seminary (El Dorado Hills, California). He is the author of
Washed in the Spirit (2021).
"What a beautiful book! Andrew Ray Williams presents the mature
version of Clark Pinnock's theology, offering a helpful entry into
the ideas of this major thinker. Readers get the core of Pinnock's
thought by looking at six major themes. Williams occasionally notes
how Pinnock's views differ from those of other theologians. The
result is a powerful articulation of open theology with the Spirit
of love front and center."
--Thomas Jay Oord, author of The Uncontrolling Love of God
"The theology of Clark Pinnock is worth more contemporary attention than isolating select aspects of it to carry on the debate over 'inerrancy' and 'open theism.' Taken as a whole, it carries an insightful freshness and breadth well positioned as an ecumenical-evangelical-charismatic theology at its best. It's biblical, dynamic, orthodox, and postmodern all at once. Andrew Ray Williams captures all this well in Boundless Love. Remarkably, his fine work covers the essential ground in relatively brief space. His book is thoughtful, well informed, and highly recommended."
--Barry L. Callen, author of Clark H. Pinnock: Journey toward Renewal
"Clark Pinnock has left an indelible mark on contemporary evangelical Christianity. Andrew Ray Williams does not only provide a fair and accessible explanation of the late Clark Pinnock's more controversial theological perspectives, but also shows why Pinnock is considered one of the more creative, constructive, and thought-provoking North American evangelical theologians of his generation."
--Kenneth J. Archer, Barnett College of Ministry and Theology, Southeastern University