Flotsam and jetsam (11/2)
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- Michael Hyatt explains why eBooks cost so much.
Second, physical manufacturing and distribution expenses cost less than you think. Some people assume that these two items represent the bulk of a book’s costs. They don’t. Together, they account for about 12% of a physical book’s retail price. So eliminating these costs doesn’t do much to reduce the overall cost structure.
- According to Carl Trueman, evangelicals are suffering from theological amnesia.
That is what mere Christianity evangelicalism is: a movement of ecclesiastical, historical, and theological amnesia.
- A South African pastor generates worldwide attention with a sermon series titled, “Jesus was HIV positive.”
Wherever you open the scriptures Jesus puts himself in the shoes of people who experience brokenness. Isaiah 53, for example, clearly paints a picture of Jesus who takes upon himself the infirmities and the brokenness of humanity.
- Brian LePort offers a nice roundup of links to recent posts on the NIV 2011. And, here’s a roundup of posts on the recent Lausanne Congress. HT
- Theology Forum is beginning a series on Kevin Vanhoozer’s Remythologizing Theology.