Bob Kauflin writes about why we should not be so fast to write off music we do not initially like. Of his ten points, I liked this one best: “Listening to music the masses have never heard of doesn’t make us better.”
An Interview with Keith Mathison
Alex Chediak has an interview with Keith Mathison. They discuss From Age to Age: The Unfolding of Biblical Eschatology, Mathison’s massive new book on eschatology.
What Does it Mean “To Me?”
John MacArthur asks “what does it mean ‘to me?’” and says “That’s a fashionable concern, judging from the trends in devotional booklets, home Bible study discussions, Sunday-school literature, and most popular preaching. The question of what Scripture means has taken a back seat to the issue of what it means ‘to me.’”
Is Obama Skidding or Crashing?
While there are probably not a lot of things on which Penn Jillette and I would agree, I do enjoy some of his commentaries. This one is, well, interesting. I think he asks questions a lot of people are asking. “Obama tells us that we can spend our way out of debt. He tells us that even though the government had control over the banks and did nothing to stop the bad that’s going on, if we give them more control over more other bank-like things, then they can make sure bad stuff doesn’t happen ever again. He says we can get out of all those big wars President Bush caused by sending more troops into Afghanistan. And I don’t know. I really don’t know.”
Deal of the Day - A Calvin Package
Reformation Heritage Book has packaged four books on Calvin and Calvinism and is offering them at a great discount.