Monthly Archives: May 2008

Computer Visualizations Of The Bible

I stumbled these interesting visualizations of the bible (link is down, I don’t know why) The website has several computer generated displays showing the connections in the Bible, including a social networking graph of names and places in the Bible.

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Chapman Family Tragedy

Weep with those who weep (Romans 12:15b) I saw the news this morning about the Chapman Family Tragedy. Then remembered this video from October 2007. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4B1XM9jWiLI

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Poll: What Is The Purpose Of Sunday School?

Last week, I asked you to help me design a poll about the purpose of Sunday school. After some good feedback, I’m ready to open it up for voting. [poll id="27"] [poll id="28"] Something Else To Talk About What steps … Continue reading

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Are You Going To The 2008 SBC Annual Meeting?

Next month (June 10-11), I’ll be going to my first Southern Baptist Convention Annual Meeting. This year it’s hosted in Indianapolis, about 2 hours north of SBTS. This post is your chance to connect with other Said at Southern readers … Continue reading

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What Are Future SBC Leaders Asking?

Nathan Finn has listed some of the frequent questions his students ask about the SBC.

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reThink Conference Live Blogging

Here are all the posts from Alex Chediak’s coverage for the reThink conference. reThink Conference – Session V – Randy Stinson reThink Conference – Session IV – Steve Wright reThink Conference – Session III – Dave Owen reThink Conference – … Continue reading

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Group Book Review: The Courage To Be Protestant by David Wells

Said at Southern is coordinating a group book review & forum based on the new book by David F. Wells titled The Courage To Be Protestant. In this post, I’ll introduce our project and provide some background information on David … Continue reading

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