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Extra-Curricular Activities 08/14/11

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Professor John Walton will in town, and around the Z offices, this week. Our local paper featured an article on Waltons visit, and his book The Lost World of Genesis One. He will be speaking this Wednesday at Baker Book House

James K. A. Smith reflects on liturgy and how The Medium is the Message

Phil Long asks if biblioblogs have an obligation to educate their readers.

Part 3 of Near Emmaus’ interview with Craig Evans – Was Jesus an Original Thinker?

Tim Gombis begins a series on Evangelism According to the Gospel

Doug Pagitt interviews Roger Olson on what he refers to as “the neo-Calvinist cabal” and Olson’s upcoming book Against Calvinism (which will be countered by Horton’s For Calvinism).

Also from Roger Olson, is the emerging church a real movement?

Four Kinds of People according to Tim Keller.

Michael Bird examines Romans 13 and the relation of Church and State.

Daniel Kirk with Hermeneutics, Origins, and Ethics in light of the historical Adam debate. Also on the question of origins, NPR did a story about this current debate in evangelicalism. 

Kevin DeYoung shares his 10 Commandments for Commenting on Blogs.

Pastor Chris Seay did a TED talk on the idea of story.

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