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https://inallthings.org/neo-calvinism-for-the-nations-reviewing-part-2-3-of-reformed-public-theology/
"...these essays demonstrate that Neo-Calvinism can offer insight beyond its Dutch roots, and they provide a testimony to the potency of a vision for Christian public engagement that takes both its ultimate and its temporal calling seriously."
-Donald Roth

How can we help students who are wrestling with doubt? Dr. Elizabeth Hall answers in this clip from the new ep. of the @in_all_things podcast, which explores Dr. Hall's article in @XScholarsReview "Teaching Students to Doubt Well." For the full episode: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wondering-feature-conversation-elizabeth-hall/id1556164581?i=1000536196298

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