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Extra-Curricular Activities - 24/04/11

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Scot McKnight shares The Lamb is the Lion who is Roaring, an excerpt from One.Life

James K.A. Smith reflects on the musical The Book of Mormon and suggests that what we are looking for is not ultimately “meaning.”

At Near Emmaus Mark Stevens shares a pastor’s perspective on Resurrection Sunday.

Daniel Kirk on the abandoned King.

Tim Challies shares some tips on how to resist consumerism, and Out of Ur looks at stats about the relationship between Christianity and Capitalism

Ben Witherington summarizes Larry Hurtado’s studies on the Resurrection.

CNN reports on The Good Book, a humanist Bible.

There was a bit of a dust up about confessionalism and pietism last week, Kevin DeYoung links the the main posts.

Tony Jones, the Resurrection Does not “Make Sense” That’s What I Love about It.

The BBC recently aired the documentary Does Christianity Have a Future? (HT: Carson T. Clark)

C. Marvin Pate on the background of Johannine literature
C. Marvin Pate on the background of Johannine literature C. Marvin Pate (MA, Wheaton; PhD, Marquette University) taught for thirteen years at Moody Bible Institute. Now he i...
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