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Extra-Curricular Activities 8/27/10

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Thanks to the Boston Bible Geeks for alerting us to FREE downloadable resources from Craig Keener and I. Howard Marshall - truly great stuff!

John Stackhouse asks: "The Assension: Did Jesus Pass Saturn on His Way Up?" "There are serious questions to raise about the Christian faith, but entertainers (let’s call him what he is) like Bill Maher really should stick to trying to be funny since they can’t seem to distinguish between the serious and the silly."

 

Kevin DeYoung tries his hand at a "Screwtape Letter" in two parts: One and Two

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James in the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament (ZECNT) series is reviewed over at the Text, Community and Mission blog. Read a sample of James.

And don't forget about the John Dickson Blog Tour. Here are a host of great reviews of The Best Kept Secret of Christian Mission. Many are talking about John's succinct, biblical presentation of what the Gospel is in Ch. 8, and also about what a liberating experience it is to understand evangelism as something that you can do "with more than your lips."

John Dickson Blog Tour: "The Best Kept Secret of Christian Mission"
John Dickson Blog Tour: "The Best Kept Secret of Christian Mission" The list of blogs below were all winners of The Best Secret of Christian Mission by John Dickson. These links take you ...
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