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June 27, 2015 | jeremy-bouma
Extracurricular Activities 6.27.15 — Racial Heresy, Hengel's 'Crucifixion,' and Book of Mormon History
Al Mohler on the The Heresy of Racial Superiority Among Christians, the word heresy must be used with care and precision. Not every doctrina...
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June 20, 2015 | jeremy-bouma
Extracurricular Activities 6.20.15 — Charleston, Endangered Biblical Studies, and Scared New Atheists
Matthew Young on Seeking Justice in the Midst of the Charleston Tragedy A horrible tragedy occurred earlier this week, when a young white ma...
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June 13, 2015 | jeremy-bouma
Extracurricular Activities 6.13.15 — Old Testament Trinity, Atheism Theology, & Waning Denominations
Fred Sanders Lectures on the Trinity in the Old Testament A few months ago I gave a lecture for Torrey Honors Instituteundergrads on discern...
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June 6, 2015 | jeremy-bouma
Extracurricular Activities 6.6.15 —American Baptists, 1 Enoch, and Stage Two Exile
Carolyn Custis James Asks, "Can the Gospel Fill Our Manhood Void?" The malestrom — the ways in which the fall impacts the male of the human ...
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May 30, 2015 | jeremy-bouma
Extracurricular Activities 5.30.15 — American & Australian Christianity, Dante, and Virtual Reality
Russell Moore Asks, "Is America Post-Christian?" We hear a lot these days about America being “post-Christian.” This sort of language has ac...
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May 23, 2015 | jeremy-bouma
Extracurricular Activities 5.23.15 — NT Hymns, The Nones, & Locating Heaven
Larry Hurtado Gives a Suggestion on “Hymns” in the New Testament As illustrated in the recent articles I’ve reported on in earlier postings,...
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May 16, 2015 | jeremy-bouma
Extracurricular Activities 5.16.15 — Pew Religious Research, Stetzer Responds, & Enns on Adam
Call for Papers: LATC 2016, The Voice of God in the Text of Scripture Starting today and running through July 17 there is an open call for ...
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May 9, 2015 | jeremy-bouma
Extracurricular Activities 5.9.15 — Brooks's Soul, Pope's Book Recommendation, & John's Ending
David Brooks on Sin, Augustine, and the State of His Soul David Brooks wants you to be in a Bible study. You’ll get more out of it than you ...
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May 1, 2015 | jeremy-bouma
Extracurricular Activities 5.2.15 — Supreme Court Arguments, Jesus and Cynics, & Syrian Christians
Russell Moore Notes 10 Questions About Marriage from This Week's Supreme Court Arguments This week, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments o...
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April 24, 2015 | jeremy-bouma
Extracurricular Activities 4.24.15 — Joseph Typology, Pope Francis, & George Whitfield
Fred Sanders Explores Joseph Typology in Jesus “It sure seems that the story of Joseph is a typological foreshadowing of the life of Jesus,”...
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April 18, 2015 | jeremy-bouma
Extracurricular Activities 4.18.15 — Exodus Evidence, Jefferson's Jesus, and Clinton's Faith
Peter Enns Asks, “Did the Exodus Happen?” Last week the Wall Street Journal published an article (by Joshua Berman) suggesting the biblical...
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April 11, 2015 | jeremy-bouma
Extracurricular Activities 4.11.15 — Economic Discrimination, Conversion, & Jesus' Sabbath Rest
Jordan Ballor on the Logic of Economic Discrimination Why should big businesses like Apple, Angie’s List, or Salesforce be able to discrimin...
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April 4, 2015 | jeremy-bouma
Extracurricular Activities 4.4.15— Psalms for Easter, Thomistic Protestants, & Shedd's Trinitarianism
Michael Bird On Preaching the Psalms this Easter How did the early preach about Jesus if they did not have a New Testament? The obvious answ...
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March 28, 2015 | jeremy-bouma
Extracurricular Activities 3.28.15 — Marcion, Christian Stoicism, & Transhumanism
Nancy Pearcey on Apologetics, Cultural Liturgies, and Our Postmodern Age Yesterday, I began a conversation with Nancy Pearcey about her new ...
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March 21, 2015 | jeremy-bouma
Extracurricular Activities 3.21.15 — Angels and Atonement, Romans 1, and Primary Sources
Ben Witherington Asks, "Were Luke and Matthew on the Same Ancestry Page?" One of the more controversial aspects of the Gospels is the two ge...
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March 14, 2015 | jeremy-bouma
Extracurricular Activities 3.14.15 — Codex Alexandrinus, Moral Beauty, and Church Priviledge
Larry Hurtado on A Newly-Published Study of Codex Alexandrinus Codex Alexandrinus is a fifth-century “pandect,” that is, the Greek Old Testa...
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