Monthly Archives: September 2007

Challies On McLaren’s New Book

Tim Challies offers a detailed book review of “Everything Must Change” by Brian McLaren It seems increasingly clear that the new kind of Christian McLaren seeks is no kind of Christian at all. The church on the other side of … Continue reading

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Microsoft® Office Ultimate 2007 for just $59.95

Student discount. No Macs. Something like $600 discount. I think I’ll upgrade. HT: Reid S. Monaghan

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On Blogging

I find blogs very curious. Bloggers want badly to understand their own media. “What can all this mean?” But no one has clarity yet. Or if they do, their voices are drowned by a few million other seers. Exhibits A … Continue reading

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Do You Preach Only For Money?

Tom Ascol recently wrote a post to praise bi-vocational pastors for their faithfulness. In seminary land, few of my friends have ever considered this as an option. Are we assuming we are more gifted than our partially supported brothers? Would … Continue reading

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Founders Ministries at Founders Cafe

Tomorrow afternoon (Wednesday afternoon), Dr. Tom Ascol, executive director of Founders Ministries will be on campus to hang out and fellowship at the Founders Cafe at 2:30 p.m. Many of you may have read his blog or are aware of … Continue reading

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Dr. Ted Cabal on Philosophy Serving the Gospel

Danny McDonald has posted the transcript of his interview with Dr. Ted Cabal. Here are the links to the entire interview: Introduction Part I Part II Part III Part IV Part IV cont’d

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Discipline of Spiritual Discernment

Tim Challies has been a friend to Said At Southern and role model for Christ honoring bloggers. So I’m pleased to recommend his new book The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment. Pre-sale price is $17 which includes shipping and his signature. … Continue reading

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