Monthly Archives: September 2008

Judgment in Chapel

Before preaching, Dr. Mohler took a few moments to recognize those who played a major role in keeping the seminary livable last week with all of the power being out from Hurricane Ike. Dr. Mohler continued his series on the … Continue reading

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Risk Board Game Clone On Facebook

So, with the power outage I discovered Risk the board game. Now I’ve found Attack (Risk clone) as an application on Facebook and a blog about Risk tatics. Enjoy

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Living the Gospel

Pastor Daniel Montgomery is head pastor at Sojourn Community Church here in Louisville.

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Community Chapel at Alumni Hall

Pastor Daniel Montgomery of Sojourn Community Church preached in Alumni Hall today during chapel service.  He preached on living out the gospel in our personal lives on a daily basis.  He preached from Galatians 2:20-21.  The main point of his … Continue reading

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Dr. Linkerati

Jim Hamilton, Southern Seminary faculty bloggger, has been doing a great job with academic link outs. You should subscribe to his blog. 2 examples: Charles Halton Mp3, Online Latin Course

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Why Not Use Embryonic Stem-Cells For Research?

I recently had a conversation with an ex-lawyer regarding stem cell research.  I would suppose that most of you are against embryonic stem-cell research.  However, this ex-lawyer believes that if abortions are going to continue, why can’t we just use … Continue reading

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Book Review: Reasons We Believe by Nathan Busenitz

Busenitz, Nathan.  Reasons We Believe:  50 Lines of Evidence that Confirm the Christian Faith.  Wheaton:  Crossway Books, 2008.  224 pp.  $14.99. Available from Introduction to Reasons We Believe Nathan Busenitz is an associate pastor and assistant to John MacArthur … Continue reading

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