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Extra-Curricular Activities 10/24/10

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Mike Bird shares some articles on Galatians and mentions a few upcoming commentaries on the Epistle including Schreiner’s ZECNT volume.

Brian LePort quotes from the Expositors Bible Commentary at Near Emmaus, pointing out that the Pentateuch is about the covenant but is not the covenant document itself.

Larry Hurtado examines the diversity of the New Testament and the role of post-biblical texts.

Daniel Kirk of Storied Theology asks if we become more like God by becoming more human.

At novus lumen Jeremy Bouma begins a series evaluating McLaren in light of 19th century liberalism.

And Ben Witherington reports from N.T. Wright’s convocation address at Duke.

 

Richard Mouw on Gargoyles, Calvinism, and Halloween
Richard Mouw on Gargoyles, Calvinism, and Halloween As October 31st nears Richard Mouw (president of Fuller Seminary and author of Calvinism in a Las Vegas Airport) examin...
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