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Extra-Curricular Activities 09/25/11

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DSCN4756 Spiegel Online interviews Hans Küng about the future of the Catholic Church, Part 1 and Part 2.

Timothy Tennent addresses Bumper Sticker Evangelicalism

Seth Godin on why we don’t get Talker’s Block.

Aaron Armstrong shares 4 Things He Learned While Writing a Book

Darrell Bock offers some thoughts on The King Jesus Gospel, and Joel Willitts looks at McKnight’s equating of the gospel with the Gospels. 

The Southern Baptist Convention is considering a name change

Phil Long asks, Who Were the Judaizers

Louis offers some initial thoughts on the newly arrived Four Views on the Spectrum of Evangelicalism

Roger Olson explains why he wrote Against Calvinism, while Justin Taylor addresses the stereotype of Angry Calvinists.

Kevin DeYoung offers some thoughts on how mature someone should be to become a member of a church

Shane Claiborne weighs in on the death penalty with Death Interrupted

Archaeologists uncover evidence of a large ancient shipyard near Rome

Glen Scorgie is interviewed about the Dictionary of Christian Spirituality.

Blog Tour Round Up and Reviews - The King Jesus Gospel
Blog Tour Round Up and Reviews - The King Jesus Gospel From Rachel Held Evans "The guy next to me on my flight from Chicago to Santa Ana last week was the perfect seatma...
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