Monthly Archives: September 2007

Why I Left The Catholic Church

Read Marc Backes four part series: Why I Left The Catholic Church (V) Why I Left The Catholic Church (IV) Why I Left The Catholic Church (III) Why I Left The Catholic Church (II) Why I Left The Catholic Church

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Blog Roundup for 9/28/2007

So, you may ask, if last week’s roundup was published this week, then “then” had to be deferred until “now.” But if “then” is the new “now,” when will “now” be “now?” I say Right Now!! To open our roundup, … Continue reading

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Last Week’s Roundup

This is actually the roundup that would have gone up last week. We decry gnosticism in all its forms! This spiritual is inseparable from this physical, and your friendly neighborhood Roundup Redactor was quite ill this past weekend, even too … Continue reading

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Download Convergent Mp3 – Akin, Driscoll, Stetzer

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary recently held a conference titled “Convergent.” I am a little fuzzy on the topic, but excited to see these four guys at one conference. Download audio from Danny Akin, Mark Driscoll, Ed Stetzer and J.D. Greear.

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Desiring God Conference – Audio and Blog Coverage

Tyler Kenney is reporting that Desiring God will post audio from the “Stand” conference within an hour of each session’s conclusion. The video will be posted free as well. Not to mention the live coverage via the DG blog. Check … Continue reading

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Fall Reading Break . . .

Mark Twain on education: I have never let my schooling interfere with my education.

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Suffering And The Christian Hope

This is the most serious and involved video I’ve made yet. It’s based on Derek Webb’s song “This Too Shall Be Made Right” from The Ringing Bell. It’s a brief meditation on suffering and our hope in Jesus’ promised return. … Continue reading

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