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Extra-Curricular Activities 11/26/11

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Bill Mounce asks, “What does it mean to believe?” 

Justin Taylor shares video of Darrell Bock explaining how Luke-Acts establishes the authority of Christ.

Is there a megachurch bubble? Out of Ur examines the challenges facing our largest congregations

Kevin DeYoung discusses the meaning of The Gates of Hell

Michael Horton responds to Roger Olson and his suggestion that Calvinism makes God a monster. 

Louis separates fact and fiction while studying The Edict of Milan.

Trevin Wax shares a series on Encountering the Trinity

Christianity Today reflects on the African heritage of the Christian faith

Marc Cortez discusses “Virtual Church” at ETS. 

C Michael Patton asks, “Can Heretics be Saved?

Phil Long examines Anti-Imperialism in Ephesians

Tall Skinny Kiwi on the unfolding Spiritual Revolution in Egypt. 

Tim Gombis asks, “What do Pastors want out of Commentaries?”

Mike Licona interviewed Paul Copan at ETS about the recent controversy over Matthew 27:52-53, while the Ruthless Monk reflects on the session discussing that debate.

More on the Subjunctive with "May" and "Might" (Monday with Mounce 119)
More on the Subjunctive with "May" and "Might" (Monday with Mounce 119) A few blogs back I talked about my growing apprehension with connecting "may" and "might" by default...
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