Category Archives: Well Said

Why Christians Always Sit In The Same Seats

Someone just sent me a link to my new favorite blog, Stuff Christians Like. Read this post to get a flavor

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Moore: Don’t Do Weddings For Unbelievers

Should a minister officiate at the weddings of unbelievers? This is the question that Dr. Russell Moore answers in his latest Henry Institute blog. I respect the way he offers straight talk on a confusing issue for many young pastors … Continue reading

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Blogging As Conversation, Not Publication

Disposable, throwaway, perishable — However you say it, blog posts have a very short shelf life. Especially if you’re stuck in a publishing mindset. But more-and-more, I’m thinking of blogging as a conversation.

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Well Said 30 June 2008

Founder’s Conference compilation post and Dr. Whitney converts Timmy Terry Delany’s review of Tell Me About Heaven by Randy Alcorn Michael Spencer meditates on a humble relic Mike Hamby getting after those men More Peter Beck from Berlin Trevin Wax … Continue reading

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Well Said 25 June 2008

Sad news from the Towers Timmy podcasts with Don Whitney Why We Believe Children Who Die Go to Heaven by Akin and Mohler Trevin Wax reviews The Courage To Be Protestant Josh Buice OFFICIAL: Westboro Baptist Church Interview – PART … Continue reading

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Well Said 23 June 2008

Timmy Brister is blogging the Founders Confernece, read his warm-up post on Ed Stetzer. Another serious article by Dr. Moore about families and spiritual warfare. Peter Beck (SBTS alumnus) has been hanging out in Luther’s old neighborhood, read his sobering … Continue reading

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Well Said: 21 June 2008

Listen to Timmy Brister’s chat with his new pastor about the National Founders Conference Rick Mansfield has resurrected his blog: This Lamp is BACK Steve Weaver lists some interviews from the 2008 SBC Annual Meeting Ed Stetzer on the Quarterlife … Continue reading

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