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Extra-Curricular Activities 02/06/2011

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Egypt slide_16732_232808_huge Michael Bird preaches a sermon on the New Jerusalem.

Is the Church afraid of single pastors?

Governments exist to serve the people, Eugene Cho ponders the situation in Egypt.

John Goldingay suggests that the tithe is the Biblical norm, but less than half should go to clergy.

Phil Long examines what it looked like to be filled with zeal in the 1st century. 

At P.ost Andrew Perriman looks at Justification with reference to Wright, Gorman, and Campbell.

An interesting article on how the middle ages may give us a model for reforming higher education.

Nijay Gupta reviews Osborne’s ZECNT volume on Matthew, and if you head over to Marc Cortez’ blog he is giving a copy away.

Finally a video that explains the difference between England, Britain, the U.K. and much more. HT to Tim Challies.

The United Kingdom Explained from C. G. P. Grey on Vimeo.

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