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The Most Interesting Thing I Saw On The Internet This Week

This article by Scott Rosenberg explores the history of the Google Books project. Its stall due to a loss of ambition, years of legal battles, and the sheer enormity of the project is disappointing for those who salivated over the … Continue reading

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Today I will be at Baker Publishing Group’s sales conference. It’s always exciting to see the forthcoming titles and to catch up with some of the editors as well as meet a few authors. I’ll certainly give you a heads … Continue reading

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Years ago I stole the tag line “around the web” from fellow blogger Jeff at Scripture Zealot. Other bloggers of course do the same in highlighting items of interest on the web using various titles to describe their posts. I … Continue reading

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Here’s just a few things I found of interest. Roger Olson suggests “Leaving Behind ‘Left Behind’” He writes, “Seeds of doubt about the rapture were planted in my mind by a book that was supposed to offer biblical and theological … Continue reading

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Just a few items of interest I’ve found while browsing the web. Do Arminians Really Pray Like Calvinists? Roger Olson on “‘God’s Will’ in Calvinism and Arminianism” Sam Storms answers “What Does it Mean to say Jesus was ‘Made Perfect’?” … Continue reading

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Just a few things I found interesting. Enjoy! Larry Hurtado has an interesting post on “Paul: The Second-Temple Jewish Apostle to the Gentiles.” His opening paragraph quickly got my attention. “I returned last night from a very enjoyable trip to … Continue reading

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What’s the least popular book of the Bible? Find out here and look here for 6┬ámotives to study that book. (HT: Scripture Zealot) Could Jesus have made mistakes? Roger Olson offers some valuable insights. “I think this claim and the … Continue reading

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