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Extra-Curricular Activities - 10/04/11

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At Jesus Creed Chris Wright shares the statement he crafted after the Lausanne conference in Cape Town.

Mark Galli at CT suggests there are significant problems with Christus Victor theology, while Michael Bird makes the case that CV is actually the most comprehensive model of atonement. 

Also from Bird, a lament over Protestant neglect of the Gospels

Daniel Kirk looks at Barth’s doctrine of God the Father.

At Near Emmaus Mark Stevens compares Twitter, Facebook, and reader response hermeneutics.

Paul’s unprecedented “collection for the saints” is studied at Reading Acts.

Ray Hollenbach, how to read Scripture with your heart. 

A BBC report on unsung heroes of the Rwandan genocide.

James K.A. Smith reflects on what poems do

The-entrance1-582x407 Finally, a fully functional house that looks like it came out of Tolkien’s Shire. (HT: Trevin Wax)

 

 

 

 

 

John Kilner on important issues in bioethics
John Kilner on important issues in bioethics Have you ever been asked about a bioethical issue in your ministry or classroom? It seems likely that ...
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