Monthly Archives: July 2008

Video: “A Savior On Capitol Hill” Derek Webb

This is being called on official video, I saw it on the Derek Webb fan site. It looks to mock the whole process we endure to pick our national Messiah. If you like it, you can see an unofficial video … Continue reading

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Book Review: Amazing Grace in the Life of William Wilberforce by John Piper

Piper, John. Amazing Grace in the Life of William Wilberforce. Wheaton: Crossway Books, 2007. 76 pp. $7.99. Introduction and Background John Piper, pastor for preaching and vision at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis, has become a noted biographer in recent … Continue reading

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SBTS Alumni Blogger To Head Boyce College

The seminary just sent out news that Denny Burk will be the new Dean of Boyce College. Speaking as a Boyce alumnus, I think it’s a good fit. Dr. Mohler said, “Denny Burk is one of our own, and he … Continue reading

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“Church” A review and discussion of The Courage To Be Protestant, chapter 7

This is the seventh 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 Trevin Wax, a student at SBTS. He writes at Kingdom … Continue reading

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If One More Fish Flies By…

Let every person be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and those that exist have been instituted by God. (Romans 13:1) What Are We Saying With Our Decals? Most Christians are aware of … Continue reading

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Big Trouble For Said At Southern

I was clearing out some old RSS feeds yesterday when my Google Reader account deleted everything! No, I didn’t have a recent backup. This means all the feeds I’ve collected will have to be manually restored. I have all the … Continue reading

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