Extra-Curricular Activities 01/30/2011
John Dickson, Why Historical Questions Aren't Going Anywhere and Shouldn't Trouble Us Anyway.
Jason Hood’s essay on antinomianism in Christianity Today entitled Heresy is Heresy, Not a Litmus Test of Gospel Preaching has led to responses from Michael Horton, Dane Ortlund, Tullian Tchividjian, and now Michael Bird.
Ben Witherington is working through a series on The Case for the Christian Sabbath, and so far is on part five.
D.A. Carson reviews Four Views on Moving Beyond the Bible to Theology.
John Frame gives advice on how to write a theological paper.
Anne Lamott explains how you can find time to write.
Roger Ebert shares why he believes 3D films will never work.
The protests in Tunisia have spread to Egypt, this essay at The New York Times examines this new movement in the Arab world.
An important reflection on this Sunday morning, Daniel Kirk on how Christians are Bread People.
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