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  • Marriage explained & defended in new books

    October 3 2014 by David Roach, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Marriage explained & defended in new books

    God’s Design for Man and Woman by Andreas and Margaret Köstenberger; Why Not Same-Sex Marriage by Daniel Heimbach; and What Is the Meaning of Sex? by Denny Burk each take a different approach to the defense of traditional marriage and represent significant additions to the field of evangelical gender studies.

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  • World-class libraries launch archive of ancient scriptures

    December 11 2013 by Trevor Grundy, Religion News Service | with 0 comments
    World-class libraries launch archive of ancient scriptures

    The Vatican Library in Rome and the Bodleian Library at Oxford University have recently scanned the first of 1.5 million pages of ancient Hebrew, Greek and early Christian manuscripts. These two libraries house many ancient books, drawings, and manuscripts, such as the 15th century Gutenberg Bible at the Bodleian Library.

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  • C.S. Lewis’ legacy shines in US, not his homeland

    October 30 2013 by Trevor Grundy, Religion News Service | with 0 comments
    C.S. Lewis’ legacy shines in US, not his homeland

    Lewis may be the most popular Christian writer in history, with millions of copies of his books sold, the vast majority in the United States where his influence is far greater than in his native country. British indifference to Lewis half a century ago will be examined at a one-day seminar at Wheaton College on Nov. 1.

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