Monthly Archives: February 2008

Who’s afraid of the big bad Calvinists?

John Sneed posted two interesting quotes on his blog about Calvinism. “I would rather face a whole army than one Calvinist convinced he is doing the will of God.” A 16th Century Spanish Soldier. and then there is this one … Continue reading

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Gender Roundup for 2/15/2007

The Redactor is a bit of a curmudgeon, and performed his manly duties this Valentine’s day without complaining, but cannot pass up the opportunity to iterate that the Vatican has admitted that they’re pretty sure St. Valentine never existed. If … Continue reading

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Embracing Torment and Life’s Other Troubles: Lessons From the Life of Job

Chapel began today with a video tribute to Union University and the devastation wrought by the tornados last week here and the recovery efforts here. The video was done by a student at the university and was set to the … Continue reading

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Poll: Multiple Campus Churches?

The School of Theology Council is sponsoring a panel discussion, entitled “A Forum on Multiple-Campus Churches, Franchising the Church or Fulfilling the Great Commission?” The event will be held at 10:00 am on February 20th in Heritage Hall .The event … Continue reading

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Pray For Dr. Mohler’s Upcoming Surgery – No SBC Presidential Nomination

Southern Seminary Press Release LOUISVILLE, Ky. — R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, will require additional surgery after a scheduled colonoscopy on February 11 revealed a tumor in his colon. An initial biopsy indicated that … Continue reading

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A Question for Ordained Readers About Taxes

Trevin Wax is hosting a helpful discussion about ministers and taxes over at his blog: Question to My Ordained Readers Do you opt out of paying the Self-Employment (Social Security) tax? Or do you pay into the system? If you opt … Continue reading

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Revisting “Dumb Things Christians Do”

Since the seminary was closed today due to the weather, we did not have a chapel service. However, on a local religious channel here in Louisville (channel 19) they simulcast the chapel service at 10 am on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s … Continue reading

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