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September 4, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 09/04/11
Trevin Wax shares examples of proclaiming the truth beautifully. Ben Witherington interviews N.T. Wright about his Kingdom New Testament tr...
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August 28, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 08/28/11
Reformation 21 reviews Schreiner's ZECNT volume on Galatians, and Horton’s The Christian Faith. Tullian Tchividjian posts part 2 ...
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August 21, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 08/21/11
Alan Jacobs - We Can’t Teach Students to Love Reading.  Sniffing Glue, a sad and nostalgic reflection on the golden era of CCM, and l...
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August 14, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 08/14/11
Professor John Walton will in town, and around the Z offices, this week. Our local paper featured an article on Waltons visit, and his book ...
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August 8, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 08/07/11
The long tradition of Evangelicals recommending books. Kristen writes about social media fatigue. N.T. Wright on the history of the English ...
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July 31, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 07/31/11
John Stott passed away this past week. We mourn the loss of a godly and influential figure in Christ's church, and are thankful for his...
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July 24, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 07/24/11
Tim Gombis on The Paul We Think We Know. Ben Witherington posts part 8 of his Humilitas review. Jim Elliff shares a parable about hoarding ...
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July 17, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 07/17/11
James K.A. Smith on the state of contemporary theology. Ben Witherington continues his review of Humilitas. Michael Bird concludes his seri...
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July 10, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 07/10/11
A man in Japan has recently designed the bibliophile’s dream home. Ben Witherington continues his review of Humilitas. At Engaging Church, ...
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July 3, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 07/03/11
Nijay Gupta reviews Clinton Arnold’s ZECNT commentary on Ephesians.  Michael Jensen asks, why theological education?  Michael B...
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June 26, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 06/26/11
Johann Hari insists that in an age of distraction, we need books more than ever. Chelle Stearns reflects on the limitations and necessities...
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June 19, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 06/19/11
Tim Gombis compares Celebrity and Cruciformity.  Is the rural church the new mission field? Phil Long shares his top iPad apps for Bi...
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June 12, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 06/12/11
Scot McKnight offers some initial thoughts on John Dickson’s new book, Humilitas. Chelle Stearns writes about artist Makoto Fujimura. Some ...
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June 5, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 06/05/11
Michael Bird shares an Ascension Day reflection.  Ben Witherington reflects on lay ministry in the early church, and what it means fo...
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May 29, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 05/29/11
Chelle Stearns on the lessons gardens teach us about sin and evil.  Ben Witherington looks at ancient monotheism. Out of Ur starts a ...
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May 22, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities - 05/22/11
Michael Bird discusses the line “He descended into Hell” in the Apostles Creed. Stephen Hawking says Heaven is "a fairy story,” and N....
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