"The Fire That Consumes is one of the most convincing cases ever offered in the history of controversial theology, a juggernaut of biblical exegesis that simply crushes any alternative. Written by a man who eventually became a successful lawyer, the book presents an actual argument reasoned carefully and plainly from evidence. Such a phenomenon is not to be taken for granted in theology."
-- John G. Stackhouse Jr.
John Stackhouse was trained in history and religious studies at Queen’s University, Ontario (BA, First Class Honors), Wheaton College Graduate School in Illinois (MA, with Highest Honors), and The University of Chicago (PhD). He replaced J. I. Packer as Professor of Theology and Culture at Regent College, Vancouver, B.C., and now serves as Professor of Religious Studies and Dean of Faculty Development at Crandall University in New Brunswick. Stackhouse has authored or edited a dozen books and written over 600 articles, book chapters, and reviews in academic publications, major newspapers, and magazines.
"The Legacy of Edward Fudge - John Stackhouse" - watch this Youtube video starting at minute 16:25.