Monthly Archives: September 2009

On-Line Articles I Read Today, V

Lula Faces Criticism in Brazil Over Honduras Role Sola Sciptura by Michael Bull I Like my Ecclesiology Salty and Subversive by Jason Stellman No Stinkin’ Geologists by Douglas Wilson Advertisements

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Exhortation: Pray With Your Eyes Open

Note: These exhortations are based on Richard Pratt’s study entitled Pray with Your Eyes Open. Exhortation, Part I Exhortation, Part II We come to our last part in our short series of exhortations on praying with our eyes open, that … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I Read Today, IV

Another War in the Works by Paul Craig Roberts

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Trinity Talk Interview with Rev. Steve Wilkins on Friendship and Hospitality

On this episode, I interviewed Pastor Steve Wilkins on the topic of friendship and hospitality. His book, which is based on a series of sermons, is entitled Face to Face: Meditations on Friendship and Hospitality. Order the Book from Exodus … Continue reading

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Saturday Psalter

Gaelic Psalm Singing {HT: James Grant}

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Saturday Psalter, Psalm 107:23-31

Psalm 107: 23-31 Sung to Lochbroom

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A Conversation about Collision

John Piper asks Douglas Wilson about the movie Collision The Sacred Script in the Theater of God

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On-Line Articles I Read Today, III

Brazil VP says Country Should Build Nuclear Arms Translator Collapsed During Khadafy’s Rambling Diatribe AAPC’s Session Response to Charges of “Heterodoxy”

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Review of Steve Wilkins’ book “Face to Face: Meditations on Friendship and Hospitality”

The wise man never considers it demeaning to ask for counsel, but the fool is ashamed to request advice from others and must be forced to do so.—Steve Wilkins Steve Wilkin’s Face to Face: Meditations on Friendship and Hospitality is … Continue reading

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Quote, On Living by God’s Law

The motivation for God’s people to live by God’s law is ultimately to bless the nations. After all, what would the nations actually see? The nearness of God is by definition invisible. What, then, would be visible? Only the practical … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I Read Today, II

The Unites States in Afghanistan: Eight Years Later by Gabriel Kolko From the Church Drinking Fountain by Douglas Wilson (An examination of Jason Stellman’s new book) Women and the Priesthood by Fr. Alexander Schmemann

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Exhortation: Poetry of Worldliness

If you have ever worked at a bookstore as I have, you know that there is an entire section dedicated to Business and Success. The section on success is largely filled with a plethora of books on how to make … Continue reading

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C.S. Lewis vs. The Shack; some initial thoughts

I am finishing Lewis’ The Great Divorce, while one third through The Shack. In light of my interview with blogger Tim Challies on the book, I decided to read it myself in order to stay informed. Lewis’ fiction is remarkably … Continue reading

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Articles I Read Today, I

New Feature: In this new feature of the blog, I will be adding links to on-line articles I read daily. I will not be able to do this everyday. This will give the readers an idea of what is shaping … Continue reading

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Voddie Baucham on Love and Marriage

I have listened to the first of four lectures by Baptist Minister Voddie Baucham on Love and Marriage. His first lecture is a brief exposition of Genesis 2:18-24. Voddie is both humorous and piercing in his application. These lectures are … Continue reading

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Quote, The Aim of Public Education

Wrote H. L. Mencken: The aim of public education is not to spread enlightenment at all; it is simply to reduce as many individuals as possible to the same safe level, to breed and train a standardized citizenry, to down … Continue reading

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What is the Cultural Mandate? Discussion with Joost Nixon

Note: Due to some technical difficulties, the last five minutes are not available at Trinity Talk. However, the entire interview can be heard at wordmp3.com In this episode of Trinity Talk, we interviewed Pastor Joost Nixon. Joost is the pastor … Continue reading

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Saturday Psalter

Psalm 25 in Hungarian:

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Review of “End the Fed” by Ron Paul

End the Fed, Save the Dollar: Ron Paul; a review by Brian Beers. You get the feeling after reading this book, that Paul sees his goal of cutting off the power of the Fed as attainable in the long run, … Continue reading

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Lost and Baptism

I have been watching through LOST from the very beginning. Currently I am on Season II. There was an interesting scene this evening in an episode entitled Water and Fire. Without delving into great detail, Charlie is having visions of … Continue reading

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Christian Worship with Pastor Jeff Meyers

After 2 weeks of business and pleasure, I am back! One of the great joys of my trip was to see old friends and make new ones. On Monday, Jarrod and I interviewed Dr. Jeff Meyers on the topic of … Continue reading

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On Vacation…

I will be gone for the next 10 days or so. No blogging until then. Please pray that my house sells.

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