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Extra-Curricular Activities 03/13/11

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Rare-books-on-table James K.A. Smith asks if theological writing sacrifices readability for an obsession with content.

Eugene Peterson was interviewed on NPR’s All Things Considered about his new memoir The Pastor.

Advice from Tim Challies about handling the curse of email.

Michael Bird reflects on being Ambassadors of Reconciliation.

Is “Personal relationship with Jesus” still a helpful term?

Scot McKnight asks if evangelicalism is in a major shift.

Roger Olson contrasts the lot of British postconservative evangelicals with that of their American counterparts.

Kate Roberts on Developing a Theology of Discourse.

Barth’s Dogmatics led Daniel Kirk to some thoughts on Church, Culture, and the Word of God.

Hell Under Fire: Part 2 of our Interview with Christopher Morgan
Hell Under Fire: Part 2 of our Interview with Christopher Morgan As the discussion around the doctine of hell continues, Chris Morgan was kind enough to take time out of his schedule ...
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