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Wednesday May 16, 2007

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Interview: At “Against Heresies” Martin has begun an interview with R. Scott Clark, Associate Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology at Westminster Seminary, California.

Film: The kid in me was thrilled to read this: “Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson have teamed to produce a trilogy of Tintin feature films, with each director helming at least one of the features.”

Church: Andreas Kostenberger asks Gregg Allison (a former missionary to Italy, professor of Systematic Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and an expert in Roman Catholic theology) whether or not Roman Catholics can sign the ETS doctrinal statement while remaining true to the Roman Catholic doctrine of Scripture and divine revelation. Sounds a tad dry but makes for good reading. (HT:JT)

Business: In case you want to know why web pages aren’t always cheap, read this. This also makes me realize why my sites are much cheaper than the ones produced by larger companies.

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