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The New Testament in Its World Podcast
August 27, 2020 | ZA Blog
Today, we are excited to announce the release of a 5-part podcast series with N.T. Wright and Michael F. Bird called The New Testament in Its World. In this podcast, Wright an...
May 15, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities - 14/05/11
Shaun Tabatt reviews Basics of Biblical Aramaic. Chuck Swindoll on Spectators and Worshipers. Kevin DeYoung with 7 ways to be Better Bereans...
May 8, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities - 08/05/11
Mark Noll on A World Without the King James Version. Can you tell the KJV from Aesop and Shakespeare? See on this quiz.  Matt Chandle...
May 1, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities - 01/05/11
Kevin DeYoung looks at Money and Possessions in Proverbs. Allen Yeh on Jesus and the Poor. Trevin Wax shares some Urban Legends we often he...
April 24, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities - 24/04/11
Scot McKnight shares The Lamb is the Lion who is Roaring, an excerpt from One.Life James K.A. Smith reflects on the musical The Book of Morm...
April 17, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities - 17/04/11
At Euangelion Joel Willitts discusses Writing Style, here and here. During The Gospel Coalition’s national conference Tim Keller gave...
April 10, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities - 10/04/11
At Jesus Creed Chris Wright shares the statement he crafted after the Lausanne conference in Cape Town. Mark Galli at CT suggests there are ...
April 3, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 04/03/11
Ben Witherington and Darrell Bock warn us to be cautious about the claims surrounding the recently discovered metal codex.  Phil Lon...
March 27, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 03/27/11
Trevin Wax and Tim Challies talk about technology and Tim’s new book The Next Story. Jason Hood on modern idolatry.  Do Christians so...
March 20, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 03/20/11
Cogito | Credo interviews Michael Horton and reviews The Christian Faith. Moore College has a new blog entitled Think Tank.  James K....
March 13, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 03/13/11
James K.A. Smith asks if theological writing sacrifices readability for an obsession with content. Eugene Peterson was interviewed on...
March 6, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 03/06/11
Michael Bird offers his thoughts on Glorification. Thinking of going to seminary? Kevin DeYoung suggests some questions you should ask fir...
February 27, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 02/27/11
Michael Bird exhorts us to "Read this book! In Greek! It's a good book" Andrew Perriman asks who are the lost and unlost in t...
February 20, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 02/20/11
Bono was interviewed about the pope, the cross, and the grace of God. How should we do theology in the public square?  It’s not only...
February 13, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 02/14/11
Chelle Stearns makes the case for visual literacy and suggests we are deeply formed by imagery.  Brian LePort asks how we can best liv...
February 6, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 02/06/2011
Michael Bird preaches a sermon on the New Jerusalem. Is the Church afraid of single pastors? Governments exist to serve the people, Eugene ...
January 30, 2011 | ZA Blog
Extra-Curricular Activities 01/30/2011
John Dickson, Why Historical Questions Aren't Going Anywhere and Shouldn't Trouble Us Anyway. Jason Hood’s essay on antinomianism i...
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