Pat Robertson has certainly stolen any headlines Richard Land might have made when he endorsed Rudy Giuliani, the man Land said “no way” about, for President. In one fell swoop, values voters now have no clear direction to turn. This cannot but be a coup for the Anti-Life Left. Let’s Get Political … Secular Blog Wizbang has the coverage of The WaPo’s coverage of Robertson’s endorsement of Giuliani.
- Jared Bridges analyzes Fred Thompson’s federalism through the lens of the Abortion issue.
- Matt Perry’s blog endorses Ron Paul
- Matthew Hall wonders if Has Fundamentalism Grown Up?
- Timmy Brister is scratching his head at who is left to spearhead the evangelical political movement.
- Eric Schumaker got to hear Huckabee in person.
- Kevin Hash waxes eloquent about endorsements.
- AARON O’KELLEY (a.k.a FENDERPOO) took some more time to survey the presidential field.
- Ryan Sanders reflects on Danny Akin’s endorsement of Huckabee.
- Denny Burk has a pair of political postings:
This has been an outstanding semester for quality blogging on the ordinances of Baptism and the Lord’s Supper. Southern Seminary’s bloggers are certainly in a position to end the semester on a high note in this regard.
- Trevin Wax reviews Zondervan’s book, Understanding Four Views on the Lord’s Supper.
- Cap’n Ron Kinzel wrote a good post on Communion and preaching the gospel to ourselves.
- Pastor Mike Hamby preached on the importance of the Lord’s Supper.
- Reid Monaghan abstracted Dr. Brand’s book on Spirit Baptism.
- Joseph Gould has blogged extensively on the Lord’s Supper.
- Corey Reynolds has been debating alien immersion. In this installment, he examines the instances of Baptism in the four Gospels.
- Josh Buice outlines early church practice concerning Baptism and church membership, and engages in a lively debate with commenters.
N.T. Wright is coming to Asbury, and he will be in the Podcast sooner than you think!! This is your chance to suggest questions for Trevin Wax to ask him in his interview. Were I Anglican, I would have cried tears of joy to see him consecrated bishop of Durham Cathedral, which had long been spiritually dead. Alas, your friendly neighborhood Redactor is not Anglican, and Wright’s New Perspective on Paul gives him pause, to say the least. For a good time, try asking our very own Dr. Shawn Wright whether he is related to N.T. sometime.
- Here is where you can find out how to submit a question to Trevin for the interview.
- John Ploughman was good enough to link to Trevin’s blog post for NT Wright question submissions, so I figured I’d confer a link upon him. Enjoy the Google Juice, buddy.
Chapelblogger. Honestly, I’ve considered dropping this feature of the Roundup, but I’ve determined that I will keep it, even if there is only one solitary chapel blogger in our newsfeeds. I guess SBTS bloggers just don’t attend chapel. Or if they do, they don’t feel their reflection s are worthsharing. I know it is the end of the semester, but I also know that we can do better.
Only at Southern this is a new category I’ve decided to start including in the roundup from time to time. It is what it says it is. Funny little items from life that you can only see at Southern Seminary.
- Weston Balch’s Blog was the inspiration for this category.
- Adam Winters must have thought that if he wrote about Creepy Seminary Guy Syndrome, it would prove that he didn’t have it himself. We’ll have to stay tuned to see if it works….
Trevin Wax recently celebrated his blogiversary with a weeklong presentation of his top 25 posts during the past year.