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Extra-Curricular Activities 11/06/11

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LutherAt The White Horse Inn, Michael Horton interviews Scot McKnight about his book The King Jesus Gospel. An excellent, gracious, and helpful conversation.

At P.ost Andrew Perriman responds to the Gospel Coalition critique of The King Jesus Gospel, and offers some of his own thoughts on Scot’s view of the Gospel. 

John Dickson with How Christian Humility Upended the World

Eric McKiddie explains How to Call for a Gospel Response Like a Calvinist

Scot McKnight continues to review For Calvinism and Against Calvinism, and asks why we call Steve Job’s’ legacy “Kingdom Work.” 

Nicholas Perrin on Preaching Mark. (HT: Michael Bird

N.T. Wright lectures on Imagining the Kingdom: Mission and Theology in Early Christianity

Marc Cortez finishes his series on defining heresy

Jonathan Leeman discusses the potential gains of congregationalism

Daniel Kirk explains what we miss when we harmonize the biblical text.

Peter Enns discusses how we can read Ecclesiastes Christianly

Ben Witherington on Latinisms in Mark.

The world of mega-churches, an interesting infographic about America’s largest congregations.

The Gospel Coalition Reviews The King Jesus Gospel
The Gospel Coalition Reviews The King Jesus Gospel At the Gospel Coalition blog, Luke Stamps wrote a review of McKnight's The King Jesus Gospel. Though appreciative of...
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