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Extra-Curricular Activities - 05/22/11

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Christ_descended_into_hell_Limbo_of_the_Fathers_icon Michael Bird discusses the line “He descended into Hell” in the Apostles Creed.

Stephen Hawking says Heaven is "a fairy story,” and N.T. Wright responds with a clarification of the biblical hope and a critique of the ‘science vs. religion’ debate. 

Also from Wright, an essay on Biblical Translation and the KJV

Mike Wittmer with “Protect this House.”

A fascinating (and frightening) look at human cybernetic augmentation.

David Neff argues we should capitalize on the richness and mystery of our symbols

Speaking of symbols, Carole Baker compares iconography with modern celebrity.

Justin Taylor features a map showing Where the 12 Apostles Died

Are youth groups often “holding tanks with pizza”? Drew Dyck looks at The Red Bull Gospel.

Aaron Rathbun at Theology & Culture shares a comparison of distopian novels 1984 and Brave New World

An in-depth look at the scandal around the Lead Codices.

Finally, in a continuation of our Star Wars theme from last week, Star Wars propaganda posters.

The Gospel Coalition interviews Gregg Allison
The Gospel Coalition interviews Gregg Allison Yesterday the Gospel Coalition posted Collin Hansen's interview with Gregg Allison about the newly released Histori...
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