Monthly Archives: August 2007

Laurence Vance on the Fair Tax…

Laurence Vance is a contributor to two of my favorite websites: Lewrockwell.com and Mises.org. In the last few years, we have seen a resurgence of thought concerning the abolition of the current taxing system in the US. One proposal (endorsed … Continue reading

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A day of horror…

Nothing went well with my surgery this morning. Thankfully, the pain has diminished since this morning’s horror. After giving me the maximal amount of numbing shots, the procedures could not have been more troublesome. Their intention was to remove all … Continue reading

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The big day

Yes, this is the big day. In a few hours I will have four less teeth. Suffice to say, I will not be blogging today.

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links for 2007-08-30

ABC News: Iraq Orders 1 Million Pilgrims to Leave Surge not working…I agree with Scott Horton (tags: War in Iraq)

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Psalm 121:1

Psalm 121:1 presents an interesting dilemma for the Psalmist. ((Psalm 121:1 r la|mma`lt eSS `nay el-hehrm mayin yb `ezr)) The text reads: I will lift up my eyes to the mountains; From whence shall my help come? Professor Mark Futato … Continue reading

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links for 2007-08-28

New York’s Premier Alternative Newspaper. Arts, Music, Food, Movies and Opinion (tags: Tazes government) Josh Leim’s blog A plug for my dear friend Josh Leim who has started a new blog…Josh is a thoughtful thinker. (tags: Friend) Ron Paul is … Continue reading

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Back to school…

Back to classes and finally back to New Life PCA. I have been absent for a couple of weeks since I had spoken in Palm Harbor. It was great to see familiar faces again. This morning, I finished the series … Continue reading

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Cyprian and Trinitarian Baptism…

Rus Hooper makes an important point about Cyprian’s dictum: “nulla salvus extra ecclesiam” — outside the church there is no salvation. Hooper notes that, “The Fourth Lateran Council (ca. 1215) allowed that Cyprian could be wrong and that salvation could … Continue reading

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Cyprian and Trinitarian Baptism..

Hooper makes an important point about Cyprian’s dictum: “nulla salvus extra ecclesiam” — outside the church there is no salvation. Hooper notes that, “The Fourth Lateran Council (ca. 1215) allowed that Cyprian could be wrong and that salvation could exist … Continue reading

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links for 2007-08-26

Dow Blog A fellow paleo-conservative blogs from a Reformed worldview… (tags: paleoconservative) Semper Reformanda: Victory in Jesus: The Bright Hope of Postmillennialism Two articles by Bahnsen on Postmillenialism (tags: Postmillenialism eschatology) The Chalcedon Foundation – Faith for All of Life … Continue reading

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All power and authority

In light of my talk tomorrow at New Life Presbyterian on the Wrath of God, I decided to post my introductory paragraph with the hope that I shall post the rest at some other opportune time. If the love of … Continue reading

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All power and authority

In light of my talk tomorrow at New Life Presbyterian on the Wrath of God, I decided to post my introductory paragraph with the hope that I shall post the rest at some other opportune time. If the love of … Continue reading

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Polling Report

In a surprising (only for the media) new updated polling from Fox News, (this poll is based only on registered voters, so there is no possibility of scam) Congressman Ron Paul is up to 3% tied with Mike Huckabee. He … Continue reading

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The Defender of the Church…

Psalm 129 is a Psalm of great comfort to the church of Christ. Amidst turmoil, God promises that the enemies of Zion ((Zion hear is a metaphor for God’s people; where the reign of God is manifested, namely, among the … Continue reading

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The Defender of the Church

Psalm 129 is a Psalm of great comfort to the church of Christ. Amidst turmoil, God promises that the enemies of Zion1 will be put to shame and turned backward.2 God promises that His glorious church ever shall prevail. As … Continue reading

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links for 2007-08-23

ABC News: Romney Muddles Abortion Stance I am not surprised. (tags: Flip-Flop Romney) Rootless Cosmopolitan � Blog Archive � Asking the Wrong Questions on Iran One of the most thoughtful articles on the consequences of attacking Iran. Read this neo-cons. … Continue reading

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Back to school…

After three long months, classes resumed at RTS. I spent most of my day going up and down taking care of business. I had to get together all my books for Frame’s independent study, which he, with great sophistication titled: … Continue reading

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links for 2007-08-22

World Without End Adam has many gifts. Web-designing is one of them. His site is filled with excellent links and a helpful summary of the most recent events. Add him to your Google Reader immediately! (tags: Adam Naranjo Reformed) MP3 … Continue reading

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Two of my favorites…

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The New Vatican Document…

On July 11th, the Catholic Church released a document entitled: Responses to some Questions Regarding Certain Aspects of the Doctrine on the Church. The document states among many things that the Church of Christ is present and operative in the … Continue reading

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The Most Rev. Peter Akinola, blasts the American Episcopal Church

If we fail to act we risk leading millions of people away from the faith revealed in the Holy Scriptures and also, even more seriously, we face the real possibility of denying our Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ. Read the … Continue reading

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links for 2007-08-21

Michael Vick and the Feds by William L. Anderson Federal involvement…again abused! (tags: Criminal laws Michael Vick) Neo-conservative Denial Syndrome by Rick Fisk The Demise of Neo-Conservatism (tags: Neo-Conservatism) The Terrible Effects of Public Schooling by Per Bylund Educational Welfarism … Continue reading

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What a weekend! Frodo, Carson, Pro-Life, and Rahab.

On Friday I finally finished The Fellowship of the Ring. The first in Tolkien’s excellent trilogy. As soon as the book was concluded, I was eager to see the movie. I once saw the movie a couple of years ago. … Continue reading

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Economic Consequences for the Empire…

Many thanks to Scott Horton for this excellent interview with Ron Paul.

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Links for August 6th

Breitbart.tv » Ron Paul: ‘We achieved much more in peace than…unconstitutional, undeclared wars’ We achieved much more in peace than…unconstitutional, undeclared wars’ (tags: Ron Paul) YouTube – Post GOP Debate coverage “Fox News Style” – Ron Paul Fox Neo-Con News. … Continue reading

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Medved says Paul is a one-issue candidate…

The title says it all. Michael Medved, blogger at Townhall.com, argues that Paul is a one-issue candidate. What is that one issue? Isolationalist foreign policy. Of course, the very first thing to point out to Medved is that Paul never … Continue reading

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Rome Sweet Rome: Reflections from a Reformed Catholic Orthodox.

After many years in the Reformed tradition, I have learned to appreciate history beyond the last one hundred years. History teaches that our dogmatism is easily overruled and once loved traditions can be easily refuted. With this in mind, I … Continue reading

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He Shall Have Dominion…

My friend Daniel Ritchie always writes succinct reviews. He tends to read all the books I have wanted to read in the last few years. In this case, he reviews Kenneth Gentry’s classic: He Shall Have Dominion. By Daniel Ritchie … Continue reading

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links for 2007-08-16

Elvis and Entrepreneurship by Gary North North is the most fascinating author I have ever read on the areas of economics and history. Here he shows his skills in an excellent introduction to Elvis and Entrepreneurship. (tags: Gary North) How … Continue reading

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