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Until July 31, you can get a free review copy of the small group curriculum Comment author Bob Robinson calls “one of the very best studies I’ve ever done.” The Gospel-Centered Life helps participants understand how the gospel shapes every aspect of life. Thanks to Scott Calgaro for the heads-up.
. . . Read and despair, O ye prospective authors: closecallswithnonsense.com/to-be-recited-by-authors/. Thanks to Kevin Tamming for the heads-up.
. . . Are you a Geraldinista, a Satanatheist or a Satanostic? Cardus Research Fellow Geoff Ryan asks the question, “Is Satan real?” in the July issue of the Salvationist.
. . . Finally, Comment associate editor Alissa Wilkinson wishes to register her scandalization with today’s television article by Daniel Nayeri, which mentions many great shows but neglects 30 Rock, the best sitcom on television and one which has picked up the zany-ness mantle of Arrested Development, as well as The Wire, which is not just the best drama that has recently been on television but the best television show ever made, unquestionably, inarguably, period, full stop.