Monthly Archives: May 2007

The Upside Down Resume

Today’s article was written by M.Div student Trevin Wax who blogs at Kingdom People. For more great guest content be sure to subscribe to our feedget Said At Southern updates via email. Have you ever felt as if you were … Continue reading

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Dr. Albert Mohler Video – Go Fish, Tic-tac-toe and Hangman

Dr. Albert Mohler is one of the brightest Christian leaders in our day. More than that, he is relentless in engaging culture, defending the Gospel and working for the Glory of God. (Not to mention his historic presidency at the … Continue reading

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Said At Southern Seminary – Design, Launch Campaign, Future Plans

New “Stable” Design and About Our Core Features Since moving to our new domain, we have been aggressively climbing the WordPress learning curve. What you see here is the payoff. Our new design adds several key features and provides a … Continue reading

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Summer Reading – Leave Your Best Quotes Here

Starting today, I am beginning my J-Term reading for Dr. Parker’s Introduction To Christian Philosophy. I am opening our comment section up for you to leave some quotes from your reading. I’ll need help from everyone to make this a … Continue reading

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Dr. York’s Comeback – Balboa Style

After a long silence Dr. Hershael York is posting again at Confessions of a Pastor. This blogosphere comeback features his usual wit and wisdom. He lists three reasons for his slow posting. Like the many comebacks of Rocky Balboa, he … Continue reading

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Who Hacked The Abstract?

What is the Abstract of Principles? Here is a brief explanation from Founders Journal: The Abstract of Principles is the first official confession of Faith which Southern Baptists endorsed. As Southern Baptist Theological Seminary opened its doors in 1859 in … Continue reading

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Why You Need Fellowship With Real People

Check out this little article by SBTS student Joseph Gould. He shares how God used a widow to encourage him. I have had many similar experiences. Having friends outside your generation is great gain. Spend some time with ‘senior saints’ … Continue reading

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