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Extra-Curricular Activities 02/14/11

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Chelle Stearns makes the case for visual literacy and suggests we are deeply formed by imagery. 

Brian LePort asks how we can best live in anticipation of the Parousia when every generation thinks it’s the end of the world.

An interview with Stanley Hauerwas on his personal and theological memoir.

The CT article The Son and the Crescent has caused quite a stir. It examined Bible translations that use a substitute for the term “son of God” to make inroads into the Muslim community. 

In response Ed Stetzer looks at reasons to retain “son of God”, Trevin Wax hosts an interview with Hansen and Greear on the issues, and Daniel Kirk argues that it’s more important to insist “Jesus is Lord.

Should churches select Elders by casting lots? Kevin DeYoung says no.

Coveting your neighbors 52 inch TV? There’s an app for that too, now that the Catholic Church approved the new iPhone confession app.

Groupon’s Super Bowl ad offended a lot of people, but Julie Clawson suggests it was actually calling out our hypocrisy.

Finally, another Super Bowl commercial. As a fellow Michigander this commercial hit home for me because it’s (sadly) one of the few times I’ve heard someone speak about Detroit with this sort of hope and pride in a long time.

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