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Extra-Curricular Activities 07/17/11

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50-Extraordinary-Churches-laslajas James K.A. Smith on the state of contemporary theology.

Ben Witherington continues his review of Humilitas.

Michael Bird concludes his series on the Church and Israel.

Louis at Church Connection points out some interesting facts about the Reformation.

The final Harry Potter film was released this week, and Phil Long at Reading Acts writes in praise of the series. Also, Ryan Hamm points to the Christian imagery of the last film, and John Granger at Christianity Today makes the case that Potter is here to stay.

Derek Ouellette on Blogging with Maturity.

Scot McKnight asks, why doesn't anybody talk about sin?

Daniel Kirk explains why he believes universalism isn't the best ending to the story.

Keven DeYoung explains Hyper-Calvinism.

Carson T. Clark wrestles with the two sides of his theological heritage.

Mark Galli suggests the pastorate is one of the most risky professions.

50-Extraordinary-saint-michel-dAiguilhe-chapel The Harvard Classics are available online, for free.

Illuminating Texts, the first in a three part series on reading by The Boston Globe.

Are we outsourcing memory to the web?

Finally, check out these pictures of 50 of the most extraordinary church buildings.

Wednesday Giveaway - the Zondervan Dictionary of Biblical Imagery
Wednesday Giveaway - the Zondervan Dictionary of Biblical Imagery This week for our Wednesday Giveaway we are featuring the Zondervan Dictionary of Biblical Imagery!  The Scriptur...
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