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April 06, 2007

Friday April 6, 2006

Technology: Google Maps allows interesting new personalization capabilities with their maps. The applications for this must be endless.

Emergent: Phil Johnson has even more to say about the emerging church.

Conference: This looks like a worthwhile conference for those in the vicinity of Coventry, Connecticut.

Sports: Here are some photos of an interesting basketball game (HT: JH)

Weather: This is why I’m looking forward to being in Jackson, Mississippi next week.

Music: Bob Kauflin suggests some appropriate resurrection songs.

Technology: You knew it was only a matter of time. GodTube is like YouTube for Christians.

April 05, 2007

Thursday April 5, 2007

Audio: Christian audio is offering “On Christian Doctrine” by Saint Augustine as a free download this month.

Global Warming: Here is a good article on the topic of global warming.

Preaching: Unashamed Workman asks Tim Keller ten questions for expositors.

Interview: Justin Buzzard interviews Gerrit Scott Dawson who authored “Jesus Ascended: The Meaning of Christ’s Continuing Incarnation.”

Emergent: Phil Johnson summarizes all of his concerns with the emerging church in one short article.

People: Paul Edwards asks Alistair Begg about his health.

April 04, 2007

Wednesday April 4, 2007

Books: Rick Pearcey has an interesting article on plagiarism and ghostwriting in colleges and in the Christian book industry.

Humor: The Puritan Message.

Television: Here is a show that may interest my fellow Canadians.

Du Jour: Paul Helm has a good article dealing with what definitions do and don’t do.

Crime: I guess this is one thing you can do with your basement.

April 03, 2007

Tuesday April 3, 2007

Podcast: Grace To You now has a video podcast. Travis is collecting links.

Education: Mark Dever shares some wisdom on choosing a seminary.

People: This blogger shares what happens when famous people get rich in an article entitled “Lifestyles of the Rich and Stupid.”

Quote: Lydia shares a great quote on why we get stuck in sin.

Education: Some British schools are no longer teaching about the Holocaust or the Crusades lest students be offended by what they prefer to deny.

April 02, 2007

Monday April 2, 2007

Church: BBC has an interesting article tied to a documentary about America’s most hated family (the Phelps “God Hates Fags” family).

Humor: The ladies of GirlTalk share a great little video clip.

Book: At Beginning with Moses you can get a deal on “Pierced for our Transgressions,” an important book dealing with the doctrine of penal substitution.

Humor: Following up on last week’s strange Google map, here is one that is bound to get you in big trouble.

Church: The Christian Post says Christians were pleasantly surprised by the recent Time cover story about teaching the Bible in public schools.

March 30, 2007

Friday March 30, 2007

Books: From Road to Emmaus comes a worthwhile tip about getting books cheaply.

Humor: Check out step twenty in this Google map plotting the route from Chicago to London.

Theology: Jeremy Pierce on the long history of people who believed in inerrancy (HT: JC).

Preaching: Adrian concludes his series on preaching.

Technology: Doug posts an ode to his spell checker.

Reminder: Don’t forget about Testimony Tuesday if you are a blogger!

March 29, 2007

Thursday March 29, 2007

Church: Has anyone heard of these, dad and daughter purity balls?

Book: James White’s new book, written and published in just 30 days, is just about ready.

Gadget: I want one of these. I’m sure you do too.

Du Jour: John Piper writes about things his father learned.

Religion: ABC asks whether having God on a person’s side makes a difference in justifying war.

Photos: Dan Cruver has begun an interesting photo collection.

March 28, 2007

Wednesday March 28, 2007

Conference: Alistair Begg has a quick note for those attending The Basics conference in May.

Jesus: Here is a long and thorough statistical analysis of the Jesus Family Tomb.

Photos: Some gay professional activists protested at Southern Seminary a couple of days ago (story). Denny Burk has some photos.

Quote: Joshua Sowin has a fascinating quote about corporations preying on kindness to further their own ends.

Children: The New York Times notes a study that links day care with poor behavior in children.

Books: Justin is posting some excerpts from David Powlison’s essay, “I Am Motivated When I Feel Desire,” from his book, “Seeing With New Eyes.”

March 27, 2007

Tuesday March 27, 2007

RIP: A sad story, but one with a moral.

Relationships: Carolyn McCulley points out that “Boundless” has a good article dealing with misplaced trust.

Books: Another take on the bestselling “The Secret.” This one comes courtesy of Al Mohler.

Review: Marni Chediak reviews Mark Steyn’s “America Alone.”

Photographs: Amazing photos of an accident.

Cool: For when you need to find just the perfect color.

March 26, 2007

Monday March 26, 2007

Music: C.T. has a long and interesting article about the Passion movement.

Science: Discover has several articles featuring twenty things you didn’t know about a variety of topics. How about this: “A pair of brown rats can produce as many as 2,000 descendants in a year if left to breed unchecked.” Shudder.

Books: Ray Fowler points to John Calvin lite. The Rev. William Pringle assembled his ‘One Hundred Aphorisms, Containing, Within a Narrow Compass, the Substance and Order of the Four Books of the Institutes of the Christian Religion.’” It looks like a good way of getting an overview of the Institutes.

Du Jour: An interesting look at what it will mean to be a senior as the baby boomers hit retirement.

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