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A La Carte (11/28)

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Tuesday November 28, 2006

Film: Al Mohler has an early review of “The Nativity Story.” “Here is my instant review — the movie is in season and on message. In other words, the movie faithfully presents the main thrust of the Christmas story. That is no small achievement.”

Books: Tony Reinke needs a hobby. He has taken to snapping photographs of his books and is making them available to the public. “In the hopes of promoting these excellent books, you are free to use these photos on your own blog or printed material.”

Greek: Not too long ago I came across Wermuth’s Greekbook. It looks to be a great resource for anyone who wants to try to learn the basics of biblical Greek.

Terror: According to this article, the threat of disease spread by terrorists is less of a concern than the threat of disease spread by illegal exotic pets. Who knew?


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