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Monday January 30, 2006

Review: Reformation21 has a review of Velvet Elvis by Rob Bell. While suggesting that Bell was well-intentioned, the reviewer says this, “is not a healthy book and the emergent church movement it belongs to is not a healthy movement.”

Theology: Andrew of “Faith & Practice” asks Is John MacArthur a Fundamentalist?

Blogspotting: Rebecca, in her ongoing quest to get organizes, provides proof that she is not Tim Challies. Yeah, that Tim Challies.

Du Jour: Tim Irvin pays tribute to his friend and his… barber. When I move one of the first things I do is try to find a “Joe” – an old-school, masculine, career barber who doesn’t frost, highlight, gel or say “fabulous.”

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