A new resource that I'm excited about is Reformation 21, a website that is the new online magazine for the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals. From what I've seen so far, it looks great.
Here are some highlights.
Editorial - intro to the new online magazine.
J. Ligon Duncan on the New Perspective of Paul - "NPP," as it is called, was my first introduction to both J. Ligon Duncan and ACE. He wrote a very readable introduction to NPP that was linked through Monergism.com. (Monergism now has a whole section on NPP).
The Front Desk - this section has a 3-part discussion of the NPP, and promises a fourth based on reader questions (which may be the most useful for those who are unfamiliar with this growing movement within the church).
Reformation 21 Blog - Perhaps my favorite part so far--in the short time it has been in existence, it has identified some interesting and resources (blogs & books), and had some interesting discussions, which take the form of the contributing writers responding to each other (with the reader looking on).
Counterpoints - this section has articles from the contributors. If you've ever wondered if there will be a Starbucks in Heaven , or want to hear about a good kind of fundamentalism, go here.
Great resources, with the promise of a lot more to come. This will be one to watch.
Thanks to Peter Bogert (via a Blogspot from Phil Johnson) for bringing this to my attention.