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Junia | Notes & Review

April 30, 2011

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Eldon Jay Epp. Junia: The First Woman Apostle. Fortress, 2005. (138 pages) FOREWORD: To begin with, most scholars now agree that Romans, in common with other early Christian texts, was written in a specific context and to address a specific set of issues or concerns. (IX) To put the point sharply: there is no Greek […]

Man and Woman, One in Christ | Notes & Review

April 29, 2011

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Philip B. Payne. Man and Woman, One in Christ: An Exegetical and Theological Study of Paul’s Letters. Zondervan, 2009. (511 pages) Let’s begin with the end: To the degree my thirty-six years of research on this topic has led me to understand correctly the message God intends to communicate through his Word, I pray that […]

TED | Kathryn Schulz: On Being Wrong

April 26, 2011

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Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error. The present tense is where we live. … We all end up trapped in this bubble of feeling right about everything. I think this is a problem. Why is this a problem? Is it possible to step outside of this problem? Why do we get stuck in […]

TED | Stanley McChrystal: Listen, Learn…Then Lead

April 26, 2011

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“Leaders can let you fail and yet not let you be a failure.” “I probably learned the most about relationships; that they are the sinews that hold a force together.” “A leader isn’t good because they’re right. They’re good because they’re willing to learn and to trust.”

The Language of Science and Faith | Notes & Review

April 1, 2011

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Karl Giberson & Francis Collins. The Language of Science and Faith: Straight Answers to Genuine Questions. InterVarsity Press, 2011. (250 pages) http://biologos.org/blog/the-language-of-faith-and-science-a-brief-history/ God has provided two distinct, complementary and reliable revelations–the Bible and the natural world. (8) Introduction In the pages that follow we share this good news [that we do not have to make […]