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Commentary: Summer 2010

The following features are in the Summer 2010 edition of Commentary. Click the links below to read a selected article online, or download the whole magazine as a PDF. To comment on any particular article, or on the magazine as a whole, please go here.

"Had we but world enough, and time..."
Mike Ovey reflects on the limits, frustrations and possession of time

The business of busyness
Our culture has never been in more of a hurry. Charles Anderson takes time out to focus on a biblical approach to busyness

Luther, justification and the New Perspective
Mike Ovey talks with Carl Trueman, Professor of Historical Theology and Church History at Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia

Who do you think you are?
Dan Strange explores identity and roots, which are potent issues in contemporary popular culture

Christian v Philistines: a replay
Jason Ward, a former Oak Hill student, looks at some of the pastoral issues which come into play when faith meets art

Facebook and fellowship
With over 4.5 million under-18s on Facebook in the UK, Mel Lacy reflects on the social networking giant

X-ray visions
Three Oak Hill students think theologically about three objects from everyday culture: Google, headphones and chatty packaging

Books
Chris Green has been reading Hilary Mantel's
Wolf Hall and Generation Me by Jean M Twenge; and we also interview Martin Ayers about his new book, Naked God
 
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