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Extra-Curricular Activities - 17/04/11

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Moleskine At Euangelion Joel Willitts discusses Writing Style, here and here.

During The Gospel Coalition’s national conference Tim Keller gave a plenary address on Exodus 14.

Also, Engaging Church shared audio from Keller about how Tolkien used story and myth to reach his friend C.S. Lewis. 

Phil Long reflects on Paul’s sea voyage to Rome, including parallels with the Odyssey.

Did the First Christians worship Jesus? At Near Emmaus Daniel Levy interacts with James Dunn’s book on that question here and here.

Andrew Perriman suggests the New Perspective might need its own translation of The Earliest Christian Documents.

Joe Carter at First Things asks if a historical Noah is important to our Christology.

BibleGateway released an interesting Holy Week timeline.

For a small percentage of the population, four or five hours of sleep each night is more than enough. 

John Beck on Bible background
John Beck on Bible background Here's part of our interview with John Beck. He's the author of the recently released Zondervan Dictionary...
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