Monthly Archives: May 2007

Top Ten Posts For The Weekend

Here are are ten posts for the weekend. If I missed your favorite leave a comment. The Christian Sabbath from Tu me fecisti et refecisti. Kevin Foflygen posted a massive article on the Sabbath. I hope this was a paper … Continue reading

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9 Ways To Stifle The Seminary Virus (part one)

Today’s article was written by graduating M.Div student Matthew Wireman who blogs at Off The Wire. This is part 1 of 2. Look for the conclusion of this article next week. Be sure to subscribe to our feed or get … Continue reading

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SBTS – More Precious Than Silver?

More evidence that Southern Seminary is the best value among major seminaries. OK – a 90 credit hour Master’s Degree is going to cramp your budget. But Southern Seminary has remained true to its Founder’s Vision of open access to … Continue reading

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Design Updates: What do you think?

After a long night of instant coffee and mortal combat with WordPress, Said At Southern has a new design. My aim was to keep the design clean and inviting. At this point I can not find a suitable 3 column … Continue reading

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Tom Nettles Will Stay At Southern

Tom Ascol is reporting that Dr. Nettles has elected to stay at Southern Seminary. You can read the whole story on the Founder’s Ministry blog. Here is an excerpt: Just prior to last night’s final worship service, He informed me … Continue reading

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Timmy Live At The True Church Conference

Said At Southern editor Timmy Brister is live blogging the “True Church Conference” at First Baptist Church of Muscle Shoals, Alabama. The theme of the conference is “The Miracle of Conversion.” He shared a preview of the conference here. The … Continue reading

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Do You Teach The Sabbath?

Pulpit Magazine (John MacArthur’s people) posted an article this morning arguing that Christians are not bound to keep a Sabbath. They wrote: We believe the Old Testament regulations governing Sabbath observances are ceremonial, not moral, aspects of the law. As … Continue reading

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