Monthly Archives: March 2008

Second Round : Said at Southern Blog Madness

With 820 votes cast, the first round of the Said at Southern Blog Madness lived up to its name. After all the hype and 70 comments, it was time for round two. Here is how this round will work: You … Continue reading

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Reflections For The Holy Weekend

At the center of the Christian story is one week in Palestine around 30 A.D. It was the turning point of all human history – God was keeping all his promises and reconciling the fallen creation to Himself.This weekend we … Continue reading

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Gender Blogging Roundup for 3/21/08

Your friendly neighborhood redactor has had his eyes opened in recent years to how important Jesus Christ being not just human, but specifically a man was to his earthly ministry, and his continuing ministry in Heaven. Today we remember his … Continue reading

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PDF Versions of Goldsworthy’s Lectures (75+ pages)

Dr. Moore has posted PDF manuscripts of Dr. Graeme Goldsworthy’s lectures on Biblical theology. At 75+ pages, that’s basically a free book! You can also get them as MP3 on the Seminary website

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The Bible Experience – Reviewed

Rick Mansfield, a Ph.D student at Southern, has written some reviews of The Bible Experience. The one drawback, for most SBTS people other than Rick, is that this audio version is based on the TNIV.  I think it’s worth a … Continue reading

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Video: The Easter Story from Matthew 28

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The Necessity and Viability of Biblical Theology–Dr. Graeme Goldsworthy

Before I begin this particular live-blog, please do not rely on my attempt to completely know what Dr. Goldsworthy shared with us in Alumni Chapel today. Please download and listen to his message here to better appreciate what he said. … Continue reading

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