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Extra-Curricular Activities 10/03/2010

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A recent poll by the Pew Forum finds that Americans don’t know much about religion, though atheists scored higher than most. You can take part of the quiz here, and see how you would have scored.

Roger Olson (half-seriously) suggests that purgatory should still be on the table in formulating Protestant doctrine. Michael Patton counters with a tactful article on the incredible depth of God’s grace.

At Euangelion Michael Bird questions the value of framing inspiration as primarily linked to the “original autographs”.

Finally, the British Library has digitized a large number of their Greek manuscripts with more on the way. You can read more about this project here.


Christianity Today features the Lausanne Congress
Christianity Today features the Lausanne Congress   John Kennedy at Christianity Today has written a fascinating article about the organizing of Cape Town 2010 &...
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