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Extra-Curricular Activities 06/12/11
Scot McKnight offers some initial thoughts on John Dickson’s new book, Humilitas.
Chelle Stearns writes about artist Makoto Fujimura.
Some wise words about “Celebrity Pastors” from Kevin DeYoung.
Michael Bird shares a quote from Anselm on the Atonement.
Ben Witherington tells the story of an abandoned Christian city.
Christianity Today reports on the New Pro-Life Surge.
Foreign Policy magazine studies The New Geopolitics of Food.
James K.A. Smith offers some commentary on a fascinating - and disturbing - short film about a mannequin factory.
Tim Gombis has a new blog called Faith Improvised, and writes about the First Audience(s) of the New Testament.
Andrew Perriman asks some important questions about the Kingdom of God.
At Out of Ur, Scot McKnight reflects on Cape Town 2010 and American apathy about Global Missions.
Finally, N.T. Wright discusses reading “the whole sweep of Scripture” (HT: Near Emmaus)
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