Monthly Archives: July 2007

Podcast #1 – Dr. Russell Moore

Said At Southern continues to extend the theological conversation beyond the classroom. I am pleased to announce we have recorded our first podcast. I hope to make podcasts a regular feature at Said At Southern. Podcast #1 – An Interview … Continue reading

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Abstract of Seminary Blogging #1

Here is a short summary of the great Southern Seminary related blogging from this past week. You can find over 100 constantly updating feeds from our student, faculty and alumni bloggers by clicking on the links above. Ed Stetzer is … Continue reading

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5 Simple Ways To Support Your Favorite Blog

Write a comment – we all like comments. Send a supportive email. Bookmark at – A popular bookmark sharing site. I use it to run our side blog. Stumble at Stumbleupon – I’ve been using Stumble some and like … Continue reading

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Emerging Church Posters

Phil Johnson and company at Team Pyro have launched a series of motivational posters about the Emerging Church Chaos. You can see theme at Phil’s website or in their original context at Team Pyro. Update: It seems that the Relevant … Continue reading

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Rethinking our Vocabulary: “Personal Relationship with Jesus”

Asking hard questions about our Christian vocabulary may make us squirm a little. But it’s healthy to ask questions if our goal is to adopt better, more-biblical terminology. Let’s consider the phrase “personal relationship with Jesus.” In the last century, evangelical churches grew … Continue reading

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Video – The Aroma of Christ Among the Nations

Who can bear the weight of the responsibility of missions work?

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7 Posts For The Weekend

Said At Southern Seminary dedicates Friday’s post to showcase some of the excellent articles written by SBTS student, faculty, staff and alumni bloggers. You can view all our 100+ feeds by selecting the pages to the left. If I missed … Continue reading

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