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A La Carte (05/03)

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Wednesday May 3, 2006

Conference: Josh Harris has a post about the Together for the Gospel Conference and shares a letter he sent to his friend, hero and mentor C.J. Mahaney after he returned home.

Resource: Chad Dalton has been hard at work updating The Minor Prophet library. The library collects and compiles reflections and studies of Scripture written by bloggers.

Book: Dr. Russell Moore tries to make us believe that Brian Vickers, the NASCAR driver is one and the same with Brian Vickers the author who will soon publish a book called “Jesus’ Blood and Righteousness: Paul’s Theology of Imputation.” You can read about the book here.

Site: You may be aware of the website “BaptistFire.com”–a site that attacks anything that smacks of Calvinism. A few good men have banded together to address the ridiculous and unbiblical charges of the site. You may be interested in reading through “StrangeBaptistFire.com.” James White has more.


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