Russell Moore makes some interesting comments about typology and sovereignty. He’s correct that certain understandings of typology (including the traditional one) seem to require a fairly strong view of sovereignty – at least one not similar to open theism. It’s one of several hermeneutical issues that are often missed in the discussion. There are potential problems with traditional understandings of sensus plenior or canonical interpretations of the text (if the future isn’t exhaustively settled, we’d have to rethink how those things might work).
The other thing I found interesting was Moore’s positive statement about Greg Boyd’s theology in other respects, given how hostile many people have been toward Boyd.