Monthly Archives: June 2008

Well Said 23 June 2008

Timmy Brister is blogging the Founders Confernece, read his warm-up post on Ed Stetzer. Another serious article by Dr. Moore about families and spiritual warfare. Peter Beck (SBTS alumnus) has been hanging out in Luther’s old neighborhood, read his sobering … Continue reading

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“Self” A review and discussion of The Courage To Be Protestant, chapter 5

This is the fifth part of our team book review & forum based on The Courage To Be Protestant by David F. Wells. (series index here) It was written by Danny Slavich, a student at Southern Seminary who writes at … Continue reading

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Well Said: 21 June 2008

Listen to Timmy Brister’s chat with his new pastor about the National Founders Conference Rick Mansfield has resurrected his blog: This Lamp is BACK Steve Weaver lists some interviews from the 2008 SBC Annual Meeting Ed Stetzer on the Quarterlife … Continue reading

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Video – NT Wright On The Colbert Report

I’ve been working through the new book by NT Wright this summer. I’m still surprised at how much attention he’s getting from the orthodox doctrine of the resurrection. All the same, going on Colbert made for a weird scene. The … Continue reading

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Dr. Lawless Wrote You A Letter

. . . and I think you should read it. I have great respect for Dr. Lawless and really hope that he’s right about us and the SBC when he says: Young Southern Baptist, I believe in you. I want … Continue reading

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“How To Mark A Book” by Mortimer J. Adler

While working on your summer reading, be sure to get the most out of every book (and stay awake). Read this essay by the late Mortimer J. Adler on how to mark a book. He makes the case why your … Continue reading

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Visit Widows, get to know people who are really suffering physically.

It’s amazing how beautiful the Gospel is when you’re talking to someone who is really hurting. In American we don’t really believe in death Our whole economic system (selling pleasure and comfort) depends on ignoring the reality that our lives … Continue reading

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