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Ben Witherington III interviews N.T. Wright on Wright’s forthcoming translation of the New Testament.
Kim Riddlebarger says the dichotomy of optimism vs. pessimism is not helpful for analyzing eschatologies.
Dane Ortlund critiques pastors who create a perverse culture of online self-promotion. Selah.
Jamie Smith says that our worldviews have become iPhone-ized.
John Mark Reynolds does not want you to give 100% to all areas of your life.
Southerners are blaming the church for high divorce rates. Nancy French muses and responds.
Ken Berding recently came out with a new book, Walking in the Spirit. You can read about it at The Good Book Blog.
Stating what should be the obvious, a NYT editorial explores how important it is for people to experience their work as meaningful and enjoyable. Corporate soul-suckers take heed.
What’s Goad for America? Jeremy, a frequent commenter on this blog, offers us another choice in 2012. You can see his first forays into presidential politics here and here. We are looking into making him the official candidate of The Two Cities.