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Junia | Notes & Review

April 30, 2011


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


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


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


“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


Karl Giberson & Francis Collins. The Language of Science and Faith: Straight Answers to Genuine Questions. InterVarsity Press, 2011. (250 pages) 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 […]