Monthly Archives: October 2007

Where Did the Side Notes Go?

I wanted to give a brief explanation about the side note feature here at Said At Southern. Basically, I’ve moved the side notes to their own blog called Kummeropolis. Here is my thinking on the move. The links were much … Continue reading

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Video – Luther & Reformation Day Polka

Enjoy it while you can. Luther leads the tune in this little cartoon video celebrating Reformation Day (October 31) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4TeJJmQJqU

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Richard Land on GOP ’08: No Rudy, No Way, No How!! Roundup for 10-26

The Police “ten-code” for a 10-26 is “Detaining subject, expedite.” Ironically, last week’s roundup was so full of Osteen and Hybels that other important subjects did have to be cut and deferred to this week. Up first: Politics. Richard Land … Continue reading

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Reformed Chicks Blabbing About Politics

Michelle from Reformed Chicks Blabbing is now doing a little political punditry over at Casting Stones via Beliefnet. Check it out her first post -  The news of their demise is greatly exaggerated? – and be kind in the comments!

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Babble Gets Jolly

Check out Christine’s new contribution to the blogosphere. And I just found out her new blog. She’s going to be doing some of her SBTS stuff from the far side of the world.

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Reflections On Seminary Life With Owen Strachan – Podcast #8

8-Owen-Strachan-Said.mp3 Owen Strachan is not your typical Southern Seminary student. He came to Louisville from Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, D.C. where he served as an intern under Dr. Mark Dever. He now serves as an assistant to Dr. … Continue reading

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Everything World Clock

Massive live updating world clock with births, deaths (by dozens of categories), world population and more. Check it out.

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