Some of his thoughts are interesting, engaging and helpful but I was troubled by his universalism that seems to deny the unique saving grace of Jesus and is probably connected to his views on the authority of Scripture. I found that some of his statements,which were meant to uphold the sovereignty of God, in fact, find him contending with that sovereignty.
Whitsitt uses the criteria for the definition of open source use via computers as a way of defining what he calls open source Christianity. There are six videos that can be watched to understand what Whitsitt means by open source Christianity. My biggest concern is in the sixth video under the principle, “Thou shall not deny the truth and benefits of other religious traditions," which sounds innocuous enough. However for Whitsitt not denying the truth or benefits of other religions includes them finding a relationship with God unconnected to Jesus Christ.
Just because God has called you into relationship through the work and person of Jesus Christ doesn’t mean everybody has to be in relationship with God through the work and person of Jesus Christ.Attempting to show how God uses context, Whitsitt asks several questions about presenting the gospel in Japan. He states, “Did you know that in Japan sheep are not indigenousness or native? If you were to go to a Japanese person and you were to say “Lamb of God,” they would look at you and go “what “? It makes no sense because that is not a part of their context. It makes no sense; so just on the bases of context alone we cannot assume or require that God is supposed to deal with everyone in the same way.” I am not sure why we can’t explain to the Japanese what sheep are but that is not what I want to write about here.
Whitsitt further states:
But further let’s take a higher tack on it if I believe that to proclaim Jesus Christ is from my freedom and my freedom is to proclaim Jesus Christ I have to believe that this God of sovereign grace alone who acts in freedom can do what ever God wants to do. I have to believe that God is more smarter and faithful than I am and that God is drawing all people into relationship. Who am I to dictate how that relationship works?This is where the authority of Scripture, God’s word, comes in. Whitsitt is right, God can do whatever he wants to do; however, God has already spoken allowing us to know what he wants to do. To reject his will is to reject his sovereignty. God in his word explains that those who believe in Jesus have eternal life but those who do not have already been judged because of their disbelief. (John 3:16-21) And Jesus in John 14:6 insists “I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no ones comes to the Father but through me.”
Jesus is the unique and ultimate Lord—we dare not ignore his life, death and resurrection—he was lifted up for our salvation. To reject the words of Jesus is to try and control God, not honor his sovereignty. It is important to take up the Scripture and listen to what God says.
 The truth is there are some, though few, sheep in Japan and Japan's zodiac which is divided into years contains the year of the sheep. All that is need is an explanation of sacrifice. See http://japanese.about.com/library/weekly/aa012903a.htm