Monthly Archives: January 2008

Breaking News: Timmy Brister Called Out

No, not that stuff about chapel… Today, during the 1PM-2PM [EST] time-slot, Timmy will be on the Calling for Truth radio program in connection with his 2008 Puritan Reading Challenge. You can listen to the program by going HERE and … Continue reading

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Poll: Are all of your classes worthy of your best attention?

Mark at Seminary Survival Guide has been writing about getting the most out of your classes. He argues that students must pick which classes to focus on. My point in this series of posts is this (mildly controversial) idea: not … Continue reading

Posted in Seminary & Bible College | 18 Comments

The Seasons of a Seminarian: Beginning

This post is the first of a three part series. (Beginning, Middle, End) Owen Strachan is a Southern Seminary alumni and is presently a Ph.D. student at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. You can also listen to our podcast interview with … Continue reading

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Habits of an Evangelistic Pastor/Planter

Dr. Chuck Lawless recently shared some finding about the habits that make for an effective evangelistic pastor. There are some real lessons for here for church leaders who practice what they preach. Read more about it from Larry Baker

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Forum: Do you believe in the SBC?

Thanks to Timmy and the P&P Puritan Podcast, we have a great bit of insight on the Southern Baptist Convention from Dr. Mark Dever (SBTS alumni, trustee and Dr. Mohler’s homeboy). Here is the key point

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Let’s Get Metaphysical- Roundup for 1/25/08

Let’s get metaphysical! And remember, next Friday will be the Evangelism First! roundup for February. Keep your posts coming!

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Poll: Are You Praying For The Economy?

I don’t know what to make of this and this. Feel free to make your own opinions, but when the panic reaches the mega-church pews, it may be time to buy. [poll id=”9″] So, what do you really think? How … Continue reading

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