Monthly Archives: March 2007

Video – John Piper’s Christ-Centered Grammar at SBTS

This may be the most Christ-exalting language I’ve ever heard. This is one reason why I love Dr. Piper’s preaching – he is relentless in pointing me to Jesus. You can listen to the whole sermon here. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXl9oiCa-dE This is … Continue reading

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Dr. Ware, Resurgence, and the Hands of God and Men

Dr. Bruce Ware recently spoke the the Spring Resurgence Conference of Mars Hill Church (Mark Driscoll is lead pastor). The title of the conference was called “Where the Hand of God and the Hands of Men Meet.” The first session … Continue reading

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The Passion and Joy of John Piper

Here are some photos I took today at chapel (Piper’s message can be downloaded by clicking here). Thought I’d share them with you. I have about 20-25 that I will upload, granted that Flickr doesn’t give me problems. Any SBTS … Continue reading

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Welcome to Southern Dr. John Piper – you’re bad and we are too

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhLCus0tsmw] John Piper has responded to this song-video. Naturally, those comments are now included in “JOHN PIPER IS BAD – THE EXTENDED EDITION“

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Piper warns that Southern is "posh"

Here is an audio clip from the 1999 Mullins Lectures where John Piper warns seminarians about the dangers of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. I’ve added some visuals to accommodate your attention span. **Video updated 3/27/07

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John Piper @ Southern Next Week

Tuesday, March 27th and Thursday, March 29th John Piper will be back at Southern Seminary Chapel. I was at Boyce when he came in 1999. The whole campus was turned upside down. He even spent the week visiting classrooms and … Continue reading

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