Links and Notes from May 9

Following up on the TC Review of 50 Shades of Gray another good blog review of the book.

10 Misconceptions about the development of the New Testament Canon. part 4

Rachel Held Evans stirs the pot again with another killer title: “How to win a culture war but lose a generation

Long time church consultant Bill Easum on the centrality of the belief in the uniqueness of Christ for the flourishing of the Christian church. And there was a follow up by a Bill Tenny-Brittian about Jesus and issues. 

The authenticity of an apology by a female offender is filtered through the respondent’s judgment of her attractiveness. Fascinating. If she’s attractive, men believe her more, women believe her less. 

William Willimon from 1986, Making Christians in a Secular World

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