Monthly Archives: October 2008

Strange Way To Rethink A Blog

The downsized version of Said at Southern (click through to see if you’re reading via RSS) began this weekend when I had the FLU. Somewhere between talking with Job’s wife and promising to organize my top bookshelf at the church, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Breathing Grace by Harry Kraus M.D.

Kraus, Harry M.D. Breathing Grace: What You Need More than Your Next Breath. Wheaton: Crossway Books, 2007. 173 pp. $19.99. Buy from While this may have been Dr. Kraus’ first of two non-fiction books, it is the second one … Continue reading

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Book Review: Does God Truly Exist? by Temitope Oyetomi

Oyetomi, Temitope O. Does God Truly Exist? Why You Should Optimise Your Personal Relationship With God—And How You Can Do So—If He Truly Exists! Akure: Baal Hamon Publishers, 2006. 356 pp. $17.99. Buy from Introduction Temitope is the founder … Continue reading

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Book Give-Away at Chapel Tomorrow (10-23-08)

The first 500 students attending chapel tomorrow (Oct. 23, 2008) will receive a free copy of Dr. Sills’ book The Missionary Call. Read my review of this book and check out the two part interview here and here as well … Continue reading

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SBTS Is Right For Me

This was my conclusion when quotes from the Abstract of Principles and Jack Handey’s Deep Thoughts appeared in the same lecture on Justification.

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ATTN: December 2008 Graduates

If you are a Dec 2008 SBTS graduate – you can vote for the Josephine S. and James L. Baggott Outstanding Graduate Award on your graduate form. I hereby endorse myself – so go vote for me “Anthony David Kummer”

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Podcasting At SBCvoices

I’ve posted the first podcast at SBCvoices, it’s an interview with small church pastor Les Puryear. He offers some good advice for ordinary pastors.

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