John Piper is coming out with a book entitled "The Future of Justification: A Response to N.T. Wright". Piper obviously feels compelled to defend this doctrine (and rightly so), since it has been considered the center of Paul's theology by those adhering to the Reformed tradition. However, if you jump into this conversation without being informed on what bricks N.T.Wright utilized to build this enormous wall of unorthodoxy, you may be way in over your head. Do you guys feel John Piper will be able to take on someone with theological insight of N.T. Wright?