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Extra-Curricular Activities 07/31/11

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Stott John Stott passed away this past week. We mourn the loss of a godly and influential figure in Christ's church, and are thankful for his years of faithful service.

Christianity Today has a round up of Christian leaders' reactions to Stott’s passing - including this one by Billy Graham "The evangelical world has lost one of its greatest spokesmen, and I have lost one of my close personal friends and advisers. I look forward to seeing him again when I go to heaven."

Also, Justin Taylor linked to tribute posts, and Darrell Bock wrote a post celebrating Stott's life.

In other news:

Craig Evans is interviewed at Near Emmaus about the future of historical Jesus studies.

Tim Gombis looks at what Paul meant by Gospel.

Scot McKnight continues his series on Anabaptist theology.

Daniel Kirk examines a curious text from the Apocalypse of Abraham.

Dr. Russell Moore with The Gospel of Immigration.

Ben Witherington shares some thoughts from Larry Hurtado on manuscript longevity.

Mike Wittmer reflects on the church in China, and what we can learn from it.

Finally an interesting discussion between Piper and Carson on hermeneutics and the role of historical context. 

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