Monthly Archives: July 2008

The Letters of Samuel Rutherford

The Loveliness of Christ ($14.00) This was originally going to be a book review on The Loveliness of Christ, the new soft, red-covered edition pictured to the left.  However, as I read this book, I realized that no review would … Continue reading

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Email List for Aspiring Christian Bloggers

In some ways, I’ve always been an aspiring blogger. At the same time, certain questions have kept coming to mind. Can growing your blog glorify God? (Yes, if that blog glorifies God.) Is it okay for Christians to also purse … Continue reading

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Proof For My Southern Friends: I Do Talk Normal

I don’t usually go in for these online quizzes, but being a Southern Baptist from Indiana means nearly all our pastors are Southern talkers – especially in SBTS land. What American accent do you have? Your Result: The Midland   … Continue reading

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Book Review: Lloyd-Jones, Messenger of Grace by Iain H. Murray

Murray, Ian H.  Lloyd-Jones, Messenger of Grace.  Edinburgh:  The Banner of Truth Trust, 2008.  267 pp.  $28.00 Iain Murray really needs no introduction to most readers here at Said, but in case you are new to the area, I would … Continue reading

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Direct Link To Said at Southern Podcast Mp3

I’m having some trouble with the podpress plugin, so I am posting the direct link to the SAS podcast Mp3 files.

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Free 3 Hour Class: Dr. Bryan Chapell’s on Biblical Preaching

News from http://www.biblicaltraining.org/ We have just released Dr. Bryan Chapell’s three hour class on Biblical Preaching. We are combining Parrett’s class on Christian Education, Chapell’s class on preaching, and Pyle’s class on small groups (which should be published by August) … Continue reading

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New Website: Andrew Fuller Center

Steve Weaver has announced a new Baptist History website which will now host Dr. Michael A. G. Haykin blog. The new site will be home base for the Andrew Fuller Conference and journal.

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