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Tuesday October 25, 2005 Theology: David Heddle, still and always one of my blogging heroes, discusses hypercalvinism, always an interesting topic. He is disappointed in Phil Johnson and Michael Horton. Contest: The horizontally-challenged trio are having the first annual pumpkin carving contest. Charge up your Dremel and read more here. Found: Another great entry from Found Magazine. This one is also great (make sure you read the accompanying text). Liveblogging: Steve Weaver is doing some liveblogging at the Ligonier Ministries …

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Monday October 24, 2005 Humor: In a great example of Pareidolia, Carla sees the face of Phil Johnson in a button at this site. Du Jour: Matt Hall posts some thoughts on the feminized church. Yuck: James White is one of several people expressing disgust at Thomas Nelson’s new Align Biblezine for men. Ouch: This morning my RSS Reader decided to shut down abnormally. When I opened it again all of my links were gone; every single last one of …

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Friday October 21, 2005 Community Blog: Ron Gleason continues his series on A Generous Orthodoxy, examining chapter five. Blogspotting: “It is a failure of modern evangelicalism and its partisan attachment to a waning denominationalism to think that we must base our unity primarily on theology.” Or that’s what Reformed Catholic says. Me: Some crazy person actually gave me final approval for a mortgage yesterday. Now the house-hunt begins in earnest. Help: I am wondering if a few people out there …

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Thursday October 20, 2005 Media: Alex Chediak, author of 5 Paths to the Love of Your Life, will be on Al Mohler’s radio program Friday afternoon. Canadiana: Toronto is considering creating legal drug-use zones, an interesting strategy, and one likely to fail, that sounds similar to legalizing prostitution. Read more here. Church Growth: Stop by 3:17 and congratulate Mark (jmark in the forums) on the arrival of a new baby daughter. Technology: People are doing some amazing things with Google …

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Wednesday October 19, 2005 Review: Rebecca reviews Total Truth (the new Study Guide Edition). Not Humor: Jesus Loves T-Shirts. Apparently Jesus loves Ninjas and Pirates. Oh, and soccer moms. And don’t forget that “love is the new STD. Spread it!” Ugh. Du Jour: At long last, Monergism.com has a blog. The rather simple (but clean) design was done by yours truly. The blog kicks off with an interesting interview with John Samson. Nature: Folks in Florida and the Gulf must …

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Tuesday October 18, 2005 Du Jour: Victor Martinez has an interesting post on Hermeneutics “IN” the Bible. Review: Doug McHone reviews and highly recommendeds This Little Church Went to Market by Gary Gilley. Health: I can’t believe they pay people to do these studies. Chubby Babies May Have Greater Risk for Adult Obesity. Theology: Justin Taylor posts links to audio and transcripts from the Desiring God conference. Humor: Microsoft Feels Your Pain.

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Monday October 17, 2005 GodBlogCon: There is quite a bit of news coming in about GodBlogCon. David Wayne has what I suppose is the first of a multi-part summary. Weird: Hula Praise at Saddleback. Humor: Are you an American? If so, you might just be rude and boorish. Of course I think the Brits have been trying to tell you that for centuries. Technology: If you are into geekery, you may be interested in an article reflecting on 20 Years …

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Friday October 14, 2005 GodBlogCon: GodBlogCon, which happens this weekend, gets a story from FoxNews. Katrina Eddie provides a useful update on where things stand in the recovery effort. He also provides a list of needs. Awards: Eric Ragle has announced that he’ll be hosting the 2nd Annual Evangelical Blog Awards. Read more here. Sermon: John Piper’s sermon that closed the Suffering and the Sovereignty of God conference is now available in MP3 format.

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Wednesday October 13, 2005 Celebration: Reformation21 is reporting that Phillip Ryken is celebrating 10 years at 10th Presbyterian Church. Congratulations to Phil (and hey guys, how about some permalinks over at Ref21?). Prayer: Dr. Mike’s mother died yesterday. Blogspotting: Jacob Hantla at Think About These Things made some relevant observations related to Tuesday’s article, The Shallowness of Evangelicalism. Blogspotting: Bill, frequent poster at Challies Dot Com, agrees and disagrees with the use of the term cliche.

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Tuesday October 12, 2005 Reflection: Eddie Katrinacus, still digging out after Katrina, asks what is your debris?, based on this photo. Du Jour: The Crusty Curmudgeon has an excellent article about what he calls Proof by Mysticism. Review: Steve Weaver provides a list of resources for raising godly children.