Be sure to check out this article about him on ChristianityToday.com. But in the meantime, here is a quote about the "Four Spiritual Laws" from Searching for God Knows What:
Millions, perhaps, have come to know Jesus through these efficient presentations of the gospel. But I did begin to wonder if there were better ways of explaining it than these pamphlets. After all, the pamphlets have been around for only the last fifty years or so (along with our formulaic presentation of the gospel), and the church has shrunk, not grown, in Western countries in which these tools have been used. But the greater trouble with these reduced ideas is that modern evangelical culture is so accustomed to this summation that it is difficult for us to see the gospel as anything other than a list of true statements with which a person must agree.What do you think about this quote? Do formulaic expressions of the Christian faith distract people from the FULL meaning of what it means to live for Jesus? Can becoming a Christian be reduced to only four spiritual laws (steps)? Is becoming a Christian only about having the right intellectual beliefs?