Here are are ten posts for the weekend. If I missed your favorite leave a comment.
- The Christian Sabbath from Tu me fecisti et refecisti. Kevin Foflygen posted a massive article on the Sabbath. I hope this was a paper he turned in. If not he might becoming Timmy.
- Repentance and Faith Inseparable from Provocations & Pantings. Speaking of
DoctorMr. Brister, he posted a some great thoughts on conversion. Does anybody notice how much work this guy puts into every post?
- 2007 Resolution on Integrity in Church Membership from Founders Ministries Blog. Ok, I know Tom Ascol is not an officially a SBTS blogger but his resolution on church membership is worth breaking the rules to link.
- Review: ESV Single Column Reference Bible from THIS LAMP. Rick proves once and for all that he is not TNIV only 🙂 And Rick – If you’re reading this here is a quote for you, “To him who is able to keep you from stumbling and to present you before his glorious presence without fault and with great joyâ€” to the only God our Savior be glory, majesty, power and authority, through Jesus Christ our Lord, before all ages, now and forevermore! Amen.” Jude 24-25 TNIV
- Called to the Ministry? and So, youâ€™re thinking of being a pastor? from joethorn.net. More wise counsel from SBTS grad and pastor Joe Thorn.
- Book Review: Calvinism in the Las Vegas Airport from Kingdom People. How can you not click on a link with that title? Great job as always from Trevin.
- Where Have all the Liberals Gone? — The Riverside… from Albert Mohler’s Blog. Here is some encouragement from Dr. Mohler for you guys who are graduating but still need a job. Too bad they are not interviewing SBTS grads.
- Boyce degree in Spanish announced from Baptist Press (BPNews). Not sure what to think of this one. I’m a Boyce College graduate but when I enrolled in 1999 we only had 2 degrees – one with Greek & Hebrew and one without. Now they have over 1000 students and are innovating with Spanish degrees. Cool stuff.
- The Deadly Serious Art of Preaching from Consumed. Owen makes some great observations about the gravity of preaching.
- Revival from Fairview Baptist Rev. Andy shares some thoughts on revivalism and the theology of conversion.