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Extra-Curricular Activities 07/24/11

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Chora_mosaic04 Tim Gombis on The Paul We Think We Know.

Ben Witherington posts part 8 of his Humilitas review.

Jim Elliff shares a parable about hoarding books.

Michael Bird gets a first look at N.T. Wright's New Testament translation, and has Michael Barber explain Catholicism to his students.

Think Theologically evaluates Bird's third way between Piper and Wright.

Phil Long looks at ethics in Titus.

Brian LePort shares some wise words for Christians discussing evolution

Andrew Perriman responds to James Smith with a defense of freelance theologians.

Darryl Dash on why pastors should read theological journals

Kevin DeYoung reminds us the suburbs have value, and Out of Ur asks if we idolize mission.

An interesting essay on why vegetables are more expensive than fast food.

A sobering list of the most dangerous countries in the world, for women.

Finally, a stunning video of the Holy Land (HT: Church Connection

Jerusalem | Filmed in Imax 3D from JerusalemGiantScreen on Vimeo.

Wednesday Giveaway - Three Views on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament
Wednesday Giveaway - Three Views on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament The New Testament is filled with quotes and allusions from the Old Testament. But exactly how do New Testament te...
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