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Extra-Curricular Activities 09/04/11

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Ang_cathedral_350x350 Trevin Wax shares examples of proclaiming the truth beautifully.

Ben Witherington interviews N.T. Wright about his Kingdom New Testament translation, and Wright comments on the future of the Anglican Church

Jeremy Bouma reviews Art That Tells The Story

Daniel Kirk asks, is systematic theology necessary?

BioLogos argues the Church’s reaction to Galileo was the exception, not the rule. 

Roger Olson finishes a series on Kierkegaard as an Evangelical. 

Christianity Today examines the Battle for the Bible Translation

Phil Long features a series on the basics of the New Perspective

Andy Rowell offers some reflection on Christian Smith, Biblicism, and Barth. Meanwhile, Kevin DeYoung continues to debate Smith and his new book.

Brett McCracken looks at the 6 things that divide Christians, and Andrew Wilson suggests the primary divide is over our doctrine of Scripture.

John Updike’s 6 rules for reviewing book - via Justin Taylor.

Out of Ur reviews Sticky Faith

Do seminary students make an idol of becoming scholars (instead of pastors)? 

I saw this play out in real time - Twitter, faster than an earthquake.

Is There a Doctor in the House? - A Review
Is There a Doctor in the House? - A Review Over at Near Emmaus Mark Stevens posted an excellent review of Ben Witherington's upcoming book, Is There a Doctor ...
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