Week of May 17, 2009
Week of May 17, 2009

Week of May 17, 2009

 
May 22 nd 2009

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. . . For a discussion of similar concerns to those discussed in last week's symposium "Ashamed of the gospel?" see Tim Challies's blog review of the book Unfashionable by Tullian Tchividjian, and the comments section of that blog entry, and the reciprocal discussion on Pastor Tchividjian's own blog.

. . . Comment friend and collaborator David Naugle is featured on the most recent Mars Hill Audio, #96, on the deeper meaning of happiness, the disordering effects of sin, and the reordering of love made possible in our redemption.

. . . Finally, one last reminder that CIVA (Christians in the Visual Arts) will stage their biennial conference at Bethel University in Minneapolis, June 17-21, 2009. "While Christians have long-long debated the nature of their relationship to 'culture,' they have made relatively little progress in actually defining what this 'culture' is. To state the obvious, our engagement with contemporary culture is complex, and the nature of this complexity is the central theme of the 2009 CIVA Biennial Conference."

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