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Tullian Tchividjian is interviewed by Timothy Dalrymple (from Philosophical Fragments) about his most recent book Jesus + Nothing = Everything.
Matt Chandler is interviewed by The Christian Post about his new role as president of Acts29 Church Planting Network.
Trevin Wax interviews Derwin Grey and Juan Sanchez on Pursuing Multi-Ethnic Congregations.
Louis posts the lectures and following discussion on Genesis at Western Seminary by John Walton (The Lost World of Genesis One & Genesis 1 as Ancient Cosmology) and Tremper Longman (How to Read Genesis).
Following the debate between Craig Evans and Bart Ehrman, Evans was asked some follow up questions which he answers here.
Christian Focus Booknotes posts the most recent Culver’s Theology Corner, adapted from Systematic Theology: Biblical & Historical, which focuses on The Origin and Unity of Mankind by Creation.
BOOKS & RESOURCES TO NOTE:
Kevin Fiske shows us the first commentary on Galatians by Dr. Jon Fesko in the new Lectio Continua Expository Commentary on the New Testament.
Andrew Rogers shares a forthcoming book by Zondervan titled Gospel Coach: Shepherding Leaders to Glorify God by Scott Thomas & Tom Wood.
James Hamilton examines Allen P. Ross’ new commentary Psalms, Vol. 1 Psalms 1-41 in the Kregel Exegetical Library.
Andy Naselli highlights The Torn Veil: Matthew’s Exposition of the Death of Jesus by Daniel Gurtner as the best explanation of why the curtain tore in two when Jesus died.
From The Shadow of Christ in the Law of Moses by Vern Poythress, Justin Taylor explains why Leviticus Can Be Boring.
…….And Just Because it Interests Me:
Practical Shepherding (Brian Bancroft’s blog) has been hijacked by his wife Cara Bancroft as she discusses balancing the burden of ministry with family.
Michael Patton on How To Lose Your Influence in Theology.