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Extra-Curricular Activities 08/21/11

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Women Ancient Rome Alan Jacobs - We Can’t Teach Students to Love Reading

Sniffing Glue, a sad and nostalgic reflection on the golden era of CCM, and leaving the faith. 

Louis looks at Day 7 as the Pinnacle of Creation.

Brian LePort asks “Should the MDIV be shorter?” and shares these videos about the role of women in ancient Rome. 

John Wilson argues that No One Reads the Bible Literally.

The Danger of Defining Yourself By What You Are Against - by Byron Yawn. 

Tim Challies looks at the Mahaney story as an example of conflict in a wikileaks age. 

Daniel Kirk compares Bounded Set and Centered Set thinking. 

Tim Gombis reflects on Paul’s use of Habakkuk as a sort of Gospel Improvisation.

A series of posts debating Sanctification and the Gospel

Kevin DeYoung takes a closer look at Union with Christ

Michael Bird critiques Liberal Christianity as “chaplains for Nero” and James McGrath responds. 

An interesting, albeit dated, video explaining how books are made (HT: Justin Taylor)

Craig Blomberg reviews the Matthew ZECNT
Craig Blomberg reviews the Matthew ZECNT Craig Blomberg at Denver Seminary recently reviewed Osborne's Matthew volume from the Zondervan Exegetical Commenta...
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