Monthly Archives: July 2007

Conversation at Bookstore, part 2

This occurred right before I closed the store where I work. An elderly woman (maybe in her 60’s) was checking out.  As she approached the counter to pay for her book she noticed that there are two books on display. … Continue reading

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links for 2007-07-29

ReformedCatholicism.com ” Honor Your Fathers” That Your Days May Be Long Upon the Earth (Part I) I always enjoy Tim’s posts. Also read the comments. (tags: Catholicism) The Boneman: The Irony of My “Reformed” Experience Hmmm. This experience sounds familiar.

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Thank you Novak

Robert Novak writes about Senator Tim Johnson’s return and ends with this footnote: Republican leaders report that the most enthusiasm among grassroots activists is for Gingrich and libertarian Rep. Ron Paul.

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Last Days Madness

My friend Chris Ortiz wrote: For a few years now, I’ve sought to clarify just how much Christian Reconstruction differs from the fully developed Religious Right. During this process, I read a great deal of the concerns by those outside … Continue reading

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links for 2007-07-28

Book Review: Honest Money by Reformed CovenanterMy friend Daniel Ritchie’s review of North’s book: Honest Money (tags: Gary North Money) Congressman Ron Paul on Home Schooling(tags: Ron Paul) Yes, I support Ron Paul for President | Capitol Hill Blue(tags: Ron … Continue reading

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Important announcement…

Thanks Barb for sending me this link. This will save you a lot of time and rid you of unnecessary guilt. Listen and watch carefully.

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Jeff Meyers on Liturgy

Meyers’ second article on why Presbyterians don’t like liturgy is worth 3 minutes of your time.  Here is his first article in case you missed it.

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Quotes from Freedom Under Siege, Part 1

Ron Paul’s Freedom Under Siege: The U.S. Constitution after 200 years was written in the late eighties. Lew Rockwell’s introduction speaks better than anything else concerning Ron Paul’s character in the early days of his political career. Here are some … Continue reading

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William Lane Craig and Natural Revelation

Looking through some of my notes on a Sunday School class entitled: The Immutability of God, I came across this paragraph. This is the first of the three perspectives I list on how Christians approach the attributes of God. (( … Continue reading

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links for 2007-07-26

freedomsiege.pdf (application/pdf Object) Ron Paul’s book: Freedom Under Siege is now on-line for free! (tags: Ron Paul) The Covenant of Grace by Dr. John Murray I wonder if Ligon Duncan would allow Professor Murray in his presbytery. If anyone would … Continue reading

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New Additions

As of now, I am planning to start Judges to Poets with Professor Currid from RTS/Charlotte. Since I finished Hebrew II, there has been much going on, which has prevented me from being more aggressive in my studies. The next … Continue reading

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links for 2007-07-25

Psalter.org I have been looking for a site like this one for a long time. (tags: Psalter) Billy Graham & Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God What would Edwards say? (tags: Preaching Billy Graham Jonathan Edwards)

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The Paul Addiction…

10 hours of Ron Paul in one day? [kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/_mK4ChoBSNk?rel=0" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /] Hurrah![kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/sh2baZgf_Cc?rel=0" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /]

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Conversation at a Tire Store

I may do this more often in the future. I absolutely enjoy starting conversation with strangers. It is just part of my nature, but this 30-second conversation I didn’t start. Stranger: So, what’s wrong with your truck. Me:  Well, it … Continue reading

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Jeff Myers and Liturgical Renewal

I have long read Jeff Meyers’ blog. He has always been an insightful voice in an age of liturgical phobia in our Presbyterian tradition. Seven years ago, Jeff Meyers, Leithart, Jordan, and others were part of a Reformed Liturgical Conference. … Continue reading

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links for 2007-07-23

Statement of Faith Ron Paul shares about his faith in Jesus Christ and his passion to restore the Constitution. (tags: ronpaul)

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links for 2007-07-22

Whilin’ Away the HoursBarb does a fantastic job at keeping up with the news in the Reformed world and adding some sense to the senseless comments made by some in her denomination. (tags: Reformed OPC) Bloggin-Dazs: Come On in–the Jordan’s … Continue reading

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Out of town…

I will be out of town this weekend. I will be dropping my wife off at Clearwater for a volleyball camp and visit our home church in Tampa.

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From the past…Songs of Defeat

First published 2 years ago at Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam  Peter Leithart comments on the role of hymnody in our churches. He argues that modern hymnody has embraced 19th century escapist mentality. No longer are we declaring the triumph of … Continue reading

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Transformationalism…

Chellis writes: Darryl has been able to give a pejorative name to advocates of Christian civil government: Transformationalist. What a dirty sounding word to anyone who stands upon anti-liberal ground. Surely Christian civil government must be rejected, it is an … Continue reading

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links for 2007-07-21

De Regno Christi An excellent blog concerned about the implications of Christ’s reign in all areas of life. A compendium of victorious eschatology. Keep it up Chellis. (tags: Culture Christian Society)

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Transformationalism

Chellis writes: Darryl has been able to give a pejorative name to advocates of Christian civil government: Transformationalist. What a dirty sounding word to anyone who stands upon anti-liberal ground. Surely Christian civil government must be rejected, it is an … Continue reading

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The New Lutheran on the block

One of my dearest friends has become a Lutheran. Some weeks ago we discussed about our experiences and how God has led us to where we are. John and I went to college together, roomed together, and grew in our … Continue reading

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What lies ahead?

I know it has been a long time since I have written an update on my day-to-day. My life has been entirely weary and when there is a little bit of time, I prefer to stay away from blogging. Though … Continue reading

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The Antiwar, Anti-Abortion, Anti-Drug-Enforcement-Administration, Anti-Medicare Candidacy of Dr. Ron Paul

This is the most informative interview I have read thus. By Christopher Caldwell Whipping westward across Manhattan in a limousine sent by Comedy Central’s “Daily Show,” Ron Paul, the 10-term Texas congressman and long-shot Republican presidential candidate, is being briefed. … Continue reading

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The Deplorable Obama and the Biblical Imperative

According to ABC News, Senator and presidential hopeful Barack Obama told Planned Parenthood Tuesday that sex education for kindergarteners, as long as it is “age-appropriate,” is “the right thing to do.” Plan Parenthood’s founder Margaret Sanger once wrote: “More children … Continue reading

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The Deplorable Obama and the Biblical imperative.

According to ABC News, Senator and presidential hopeful Barack Obama told Planned Parenthood Tuesday that sex education for kindergarteners, as long as it is “age-appropriate,” is “the right thing to do.” Plan Parenthood’s founder Margaret Sanger once wrote: “More children … Continue reading

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links for 2007-07-19

The Chalcedon Foundation – Faith for All of Life Man is not primarily a rational being; he is a creature of faith. His reasoning is based on what he believes or assumes to be true. This is because man is … Continue reading

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links for 2007-07-18

LewRockwell.com Blog Undoubtedly the best political blog on the internet (tags: libertarian paleoconservative) Antiwar.radio Look right into the camera! Bill Brown, of the Surveillance Camera Players, and author of We Know You Are Watching: Surveillance Camera Players 1996-2006 discusses the … Continue reading

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links for 2007-07-17

07.05-kline.mp3 (audio/mpeg Object) Remembering Dr. Meredith Kline. Union Leader – John Stossel: Freedom, benevolence go together – Sunday, Jul. 15, 2007 Stossel on why freedom and benevolence go together (tags: libertarian)

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