This week’s roundup will open with Southern bloggers’ reflections on the 6th anniversary of the attacks of eleventh September, 2007.
- Geoff at Along the Shore will never forget.
- Denny at his eponymous blog will never forget.
- Dustin at Pastor and People still remembers.
- Pastor John at Dead Theologians Society had just come back from Dr. Aiken’s preaching class.
Some thoughtful posts on seminary chapel services, in the recent and not-so-recent past. (Hint to bloggers, the surest way to wind up in the Roundup is to reflect intelligently on a chapel service.)
- Terry Delaney at Diary of a Seminary Student had his teeth fixed by Dr. Lutzer
- Scott Lamb at Thoughts and Adventures recounts and recalls Dr. Akin’s message from last spring.
- Trent Hunter at Above All Things shares his reflections on Dr. Mohler’s message from Thursday.
Recent blogging on Gender Roles:
- The late D. James Kennedy and gender roles.
- Marriage trouble in Iowa.
- Dr. Mohler on the marriage trouble in Iowa.
- LeStourgeon on the marriage trouble in Iowa.
- Husband-wife co-pastors???
Random blogs that were roundup-worthy:
- A disturbance in the Force.
- The theology of Apple Computers.
- Review of a book worth avoiding.
- The theology of Disney.
- Presuppositions for Blogging.
- And the granddaddy of Presuppositionalism.
Good Ol’ Blogs:
- Timmy Brister has been unusually prolific this week. Of primary importance are his lengthy treatises on the KKK coming to his hometown. Other good blogs by Timmy this week include a post about his lapdog (and sharing the Gospel), his heartily recommended series entitled “Blue Collar Theology”, and his little compendium of Quotes of the Week.
- Owen Strachan, who has the distinct privilege of working in the Ivory Tower, has been reflecting on manhood here, here, and here. He also has posted some very convicting thoughts on what it means to be a Christian, both in everyday life, and when confronted with persecution and lesser trials.
- Tony Kummer has sold out.
And if any of you want an incentive to a) Read something by John Owen and b) Blog (Southern students shouldn’t need such a thing!) Justin Taylor has just the ticket, and is offering free books to those who blog about them.