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Mark Roberts’ series in response to Bart Ehrman is very good, and anticipate a series I plan to do myself. I’ve linked to only one post in the series.
1. I really like my son’s post on Airports. I’ve been all over the USA this year, and I’ve noted the same two things: (1) people doing everything they can to get as many carry-ons as possible, and (2) airport personnel being about as nice as Jesus. And you might voice your choices for novels on his Friday post.
2. David Fitch’s self-confessed rant on hospitality.
3. We may never be able to stop talking about how to blog charitably, so Jason Clark’s post is timely.
4. Bless Will Samson’s words.
5. Advice for Worship leaders from Purgatorio.
Pray for and keep giving to New Orleans. Karen Spears Zecharias has a recent report.

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Ron Fay

posted January 28, 2006 at 11:08 am

I found the response to Bart Ehrman as a good series. I was at SBL in the room where Ehrman et al went at it over his book and Wright’s book.

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posted January 28, 2006 at 2:14 pm

Thanks for the link Scot! You may want to update your blogroll with my new site url since I moved my blog a couple weeks ago

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posted January 28, 2006 at 4:31 pm

Great response to Bart Ehrman!!! Your blog rocks!

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