6 Posts and A Video For The Weekend

Said At Southern Seminary dedicates Friday’s post to showcase some of the excellent articles written by SBTS student, faculty, staff and alumni bloggers. You can view all our 100+ feeds by selecting the pages to the left. If I missed your favorite post – you can make your case in the comments.

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Steve McCoy is giving updates on his wife’s surgery.

1. Un-Civil War: Why Do We Continue to Shoot Our Own? via DAVID C. PRICE’S ESPRESSO ROAST BLOG by DAVID C. PRICE on Jul 12, 2007 – As a pastor, I’ve been thinking through the condition of the church lately. I mean the global church, not just a particular congregation. I’ve been meditating on why we find it so difficult to get along sometimes; to love each other unconditionally? Why do we get our feelings hurt so often and fail…

2. When a Coin in the Coffer Rings, The Carbon Dioxide From Your Tailpipe Springs? via Colossians Three Sixteen by Brent on Jul 10, 2007 - Today I just want to put something out for discussion. Much has been said and counter-said about the recent Live Earth events held around the globe in order to promote awareness and action about the issue of global warming…

3. The Expectant Life: The Duty of Submission via consumed by Owen on Jul 10, 2007 - No, not mutual submission. I haven’t switched to the egalitarian camp. The title refers to the duty all Christians have to submit to the will of God. The pattern of submission to the Father’s will was laid down by Christ…

4. Voddie Baucham’s Unforgettable Message via Denny Burk by dennyrburk on Jul 12, 2007 – I wrote last month that the best sermon that I heard at the Southern Baptist Convention was delivered by Voddie Baucham, pastor of Grace Family Baptist Church in Houston, Texas. Baucham’s message wasn’t actually a part of the official program of the Southern Baptist Convention. He preached at the Founder’s breakfast which meets annually in conjunction with the Convention…

5. “THE LIFE OF RELIGION” via Historia Ecclesiastica by Michael Haykin on Jul 12, 2007 – I have always loved reading the histories of local churches: they record the joys and triumphs, struggles and challenges of believers whose names are not recorded in the story of the Great Tradition of the Church, but whose names are written on the hands of the Crucified One and inscribed in that great Book of the Blood-bought brothers and sisters of the Lamb…

6. Why I Love Southern Seminary via Motopolitico Reloaded by G. F. McDowell on Jul 10, 2007 – Before I respond to Mr. Newell tagging me to give 5 things I dig about Jesus, I want to review some of the things I love about Southern Seminary and explore the reasons. Maybe I’ll post the things about which I am critical later, but those who know me personally should have a pretty good idea of my gripes with the Seminary. That is not my focus today.

2007 Desiring God National Conference Trailer

From the new Desiring God Channel on YouTube!

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