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Extra-Curricular Activities 07/10/11
A man in Japan has recently designed the bibliophile’s dream home.
At Engaging Church, Andrew shares the first images of a new book on hell.
Eric Felten at the Wall Street Journal makes a case for why we need publishers in an era of digital self-publising.
Speaking of publishers, Dan Reid at IVP shares his catalog of book reviewer sloth. For example, “The author takes no account of my work on this topic. This is regrettable, and I shall now condemn the book on the basis of my being slighted”
Michael Hyatt interviews Sir Ken Robinson about leadership and creativity.
The Christian Post interviews Darrell Bock about the NIV.
Danielle Tumminio with Harry Potter and Christian Theology [Warning: Spoilers. If you don’t know how the final film plays out it might be best to bookmark this for later]
Christianity is seeing a grassroots revival in India.
Carl Trueman suggests we idolize urban ministry.
Shane Claiborne on the good, bad, and ugly of the emergent church.
Michael Bird posts part three of his series on the Church and Israel.
Tim Gombis with Reading Paul After the New Perspective.
Travis McMaken asks “What is Theology?”
Finally, an interesting video contrasting Catholic and Protestant views on authority, which was recently shared by Louis at Church Connection.
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