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August 23, 2011


Nice, Tim. I thoroughly enjoyed it and feel better educated having read your paper.

Thanks, Linda. It's a bit easier to understand the subtext of a U2 concert when there's a bit of context as well. Thanks for taking the time to read through it!

I loved reading the students' insights! Thanks for linking to this!

Megan Click

Thanks so much, Megan. I'm equally challenged by their insights and their hunger for application of theology in the "real" world.


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