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A La Carte (11/22)

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Tuesday November 22, 2005

Bible: New from Broadman & Holman is the Light Speed Study Bible which promises to help busy people to speed read the whole book just 24 hours. Now if we could just speed sing, pray and meditate…

Blogspotting: Frank Turk (aka Centuri0n) has decided to do what I did not: dissect my interview with Derek Webb. He begins the series here.

Blogspotting Bonus: Ian, a local guy that I’ve yet to meet, writes about some of the men who have mentored him.

Review: Joe of Evangelical Outpost fame reviews The God Who Wasn’t There. Joe says, “it will likely be regarded as nothing more than an slightly amusing work of fantasy.” I’m supposed to receive a copy shortly as well. Whee!


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