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Extra-Curricular Activities 06/26/11

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10725old_books Johann Hari insists that in an age of distraction, we need books more than ever.

Chelle Stearns reflects on the limitations and necessities of theological language.

Jason Hood examines parallels between Jesus and Paul.

Daniel Kirk posts on Jesus as The Human One.

Kevin DeYoung warns us about making secondary issues the main thing.

At Church Connection, Louis looks at the Expositor’s Bible Commentary and the Uniqueness of the book of Jeremiah.

Trevin Wax finishes his interview with Witherington and Veith about a theology of work.

At his own blog, Ben Witherington lists his top twenty folk rock albums.

Justin Taylor shares a post on wanderlust that his brother wrote.

An interesting perspective on Eucharist and Corpus Christi from John Bergsma. 

Phil Long finishes his series on iPad resources for theology and biblical studies.

At Christianity Today Ben Stevens suggests books on film making can help us tell the Story of Scripture.

Scot McKnight on the secrets of getting more done.

Mike Wittmer with 13 signs your sermon isn’t going well.

Bruce Waltke on the reign of Humanity
Bruce Waltke on the reign of Humanity "As we step out onto the stage of life, we are to understand that the blessed God crowned all of us, not just the ...
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