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2008-11-30
Steve Weaver
“Do You Pray?” James 5:13-18
Steve continues his series on the book of James.

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2008-11-29
Martin Downes
Implicit or Explicit? The Doctrine of the Trinity in the Old Testament
Is the Trinity revealed in the Old Testament?

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White Horse Inn
The State of the Church (video, 10:56)
The gospel is about Jesus, about the work that the God-man did two thousand years ago, in his life, in his death on the cross, in his resurrection, and if we don’t preach Christ and him crucified, if we don’t make clear that Jesus Christ has fulfilled all righteousness in his life, has borne fully the punishment for our sin on the cross in his death, and is our glorious Savior in his resurrection, then we haven’t preached the gospel, and there’s no message more necessary and more vital in our time than that gospel truth about Jesus.

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2008-11-28
10% Off Everything and Free Shipping (in the U.S.) at Solid Ground Christian Books today only. Also, check out this deal on Calvin’s Commentaries and Institutes. You won’t find a better price anywhere.

2008-11-27
Mark Dever on the difficulty of doing evangelism as a pastor

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Walter E. Williams
Trade versus Protectionism
. . . nations having the greatest measure of economic freedom are the most prosperous and peaceful.

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Brent Thomas
With Thankfulness In Our Hearts to God
Every year I find it interesting that one of the least-thankful peoples in all the world sets aside a day to give thanks.

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Thomas Sowell
"Jolting" the Economy
Barack Obama says that we have to "jolt" the economy. That certainly makes sense, if you take the media's account of the economy seriously-- but should the media be taken seriously?

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A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (HT)
The whole thing, uninterrupted (opens in popup window).

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Tim Challies
How to Encourage a Blogger this Christmas
Tim feels self-serving for posting this. I feel self-serving for linking it.

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2008-11-26
Andrew Roycroft
ESV Study Bible: Why not?
Someone has to say it.

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Russel MooreGod's ProvidenceChristians have a unique perspective on the unfolding of history--whether on the broad, cosmic level or on the small, personal level of our own stories. We believe that God is king, and that he governs the flow of events around us.
Musings on God's Providence
The Goal of God's Providence
The Extent of God's Providence
The Mystery of God's Providence

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Tim Challies
Audience of One
. . . what the church needs is leaders who serve the audience of One—leaders who, like Churchill, are sure of their calling and their mandate. They care nothing for the whims of their followers or potential followers, but only for pleasing the one who has called them to be leaders.

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Happy Thanksgiving from Fred
An oldie but a goodie.

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The Porpoise-Driven Life
Hey, why not?

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2008-11-25
Thabiti Anyabwile
Community Without Small Groups?
"Apart from small groups, is it possible for a church of 300+ to be united in purpose and so connected that all suffer/rejoice together and that all have 'the same care for one another'?"

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Jonathan Moorhead
The Anatomy of Future Persecution: Exclusivity of the Gospel?
How many more attacks will it take for the politically correct governments of the world to outlaw exclusivistic theology as inherently dangerous and a threat to national security?

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2008-11-24
Timmy BristerWhat Is a Healthy Church Member? Blog Series — Click through for the list of posts, which will be updated as necessary.
What Is a Healthy Church Member? Blog Series
Expositional Listening, Part 1
Expositional Listening, Part 2
Biblical Theologian, Part 1
Biblical Theologian, Part 2

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Gloria Borger
Obama takes ownership of the economy
This is terrifying, from the title on.

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John Piper
This Is He Who Baptizes with the Holy Spirit
I don’t agree with Piper on the nature of the baptism of the Spirit. I think he conflates the baptism with the filling of the Spirit. Nevertheless, this is a good sermon on the purpose and work of the Holy Spirit. Chew the meat, spit out the bones.

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Fred Butler
How Global Warming Junk Science is Messing with My Life
Fred’s “hide is officially chafed.” Consequently, I’m experiencing sympathy chafing. (Or is that empathy? I can never remember.)

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Tim Challies
10 Tips to Read More and Read Better
Tim offers some excellent advice. My favorite, borrowed from John MacArthur: . . . find godly men [you admire] and read what they read.

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Carolyn McCulley
A Medical Student Explores Abortion (HT)

Most of all, Lesley was interested in the state of the patient. Would the pregnant woman be calm or crying? And how would the doctor deal with those who were emotional? What was the dynamic between patient and doctor?

"Everyone talks about the context, the morality, the politics of it," she said the night before she would observe an actual abortion, "but nobody really knows what it is like in that moment between doctor and patient."

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2008-11-22
Grace Community Church
Why Elder Rule?
Because of its heritage of democratic values and its long history of congregational church government, modern American evangelicalism often views the concept of elder rule with suspicion.

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Amy Scott
How we did it
Did what? Became debt-free. Amy, in her refreshingly frank style, tells you how.

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Thabiti Anyabwile
Do You Enjoy Your Church Gatherings?
It's ironic that our desire and unexamined criteria for "enjoying" the public gathering of the church may be eroding our deeper enjoyment of it.

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2008-11-20
Hank Balch
Lawn Gospel Goes to Africa
Here’s an opportunity to contribute to missions in Africa: A few short weeks ago, I received the news that I’d been approved to serve as a short-term missionary to Malawi (Southeast Africa) through the International Mission Board for the Spring of 2009. I will be flying out of the United States in January with a team of four college-aged missionaries from all over the country to take the hope of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to Africa!

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Devoted to the Service of the Temple: Piety, Persecution, and Ministry in the Writings of Hercules Collins, edited by Michael Haykin & Steve Weaver, is 50% off ($5) at Reformation Heritage Books. Sale runs until 5pm Friday. See my review here, and read an interview with Steve weaver about the book here.

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Albert Mohler
The Empty Promise of Meditation
Should Christians practice meditation? An increasing number of Christians are trying or using Eastern meditation techniques in an effort to direct their spiritual lives.

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Tim Challies
Darwin on the Right
The debate between creationism and evolutionism is by no means senseless, for it is a defense of the truth and a defense of the One who is Truth.

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2008-11-19
Take Daniel's quick Grammar test
Your license to blog depends on your score.

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Obama's Fascinating Interview with Cathleen Falsani
I agree with Tim Challies: “Though Obama claims to be a Christian, it is awfully hard to believe that could be the case after reading this interview.” At best, he sounds emergent; and that’s a pretty poor best.

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2008-11-18
Tim Reid and Tom Dreesen
Commentary: Racial humor may never be the same -- we hope
Perhaps we can hope for at least one good thing to come out of the Obama Presidency.

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Roy Ingle
Arguments For a Limited Atonement
An Arminian explains Limited Atonement, and does not too badly, I think.

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Voddie Baucham
The SBC and Calvinism: A Personal Perspective
See also Timmy Brister’s comments on Baucham’s post.

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Bob Hayton
Intolerance, the Dali Lama, and the Bible
It seems the public persona of the Dali Lama may be as much a myth as that of Mother Teresa.

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2008-11-17
Steve Weaver
“Are You Patient When Persecuted?” James 5:1-11
Steve continues his series on the book of James.

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Brian Thornton
Dressing Down for Worship
. . . can we find some correlation between how we dress for worship and our reverence for Creator God?

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Colin Adams
10 Ways to Ruin My Day-Off
Here reads a note to myself. It is a warning . . .

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2008-11-16
The Art of Manliness
How to be the Perfect Houseguest
Pay special attention to #13. Please. Forget all the rest, but keep #13, and you can be forgiven. Transgress #13, and lose your soul.

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Todd Pruitt
God is Good...all the time?
Our problem is that we have a fundamentally flawed definition of goodness. We call a person good if they make us feel good.

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Kim Riddlebarger
"The Prayer of Faith" -- James 5:12-20 (mp3 download)
Click here for more sermons on James from Dr. Riddlebarger.

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Timmy Brister
Relational Reading
If you are looking for a way to jump-start your reading regiment, I encourage you to consider reading with other people in mind. The investment you make in the book and more importantly in the lives of others will be worth far more than you had ever imagined.

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2008-11-15
Together for the Gospel 2008 DVD
Celebrate the glorious gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ and its centrality to the task of faithful, biblical pastoring, with Thabiti Anyabwile, Mark Dever, Ligon Duncan, John MacArthur, C.J. Mahaney, Albert Mohler, John Piper, and R.C. Sproul, as they assembled for the 2008 Together for the Gospel conference.

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Tominthebox
From The Makers of UNO: I Prayed About It Cards
By playing an I Prayed About It Card, you have the power to ignore any rule or rules of the regular game.

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Kevin T. Bauder
Dimensions of the Sacred (PDF, HT)
[Emergents] have reasoned that, if there is no distinction between sacred and secular, then the corporate worship of the church can and should include the ordinary activities of life.

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Dan Phillips
Election 2008: Theologizing and strategerizing One, Two, Three
The authority is the Constitution, and it was the people who ordained and established it. The Constitution divides power among three branches; it does not invest it in a potentate. The state is not Obama; he is neither Rex, nor Lex, nor the court. He is to execute laws made by another branch. It is an office with a good deal of power; but that power does not include being my sovereign nor my lord.

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2008-11-14
John Piper
He Will Cause Us to Return
There is no hope for God’s people unless God causes them to return from their sliding and leaping into sin and unbelief.

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Brian Sayers
Tithing - is it Christian?
Giving generously - is it really possible?
It can be difficult to teach this principle today because of so many shysters who have abused the principle for the purposes of their own sordid gain. Because of this abuse we must be careful in our thinking, but we must also be biblical and not deny the truth of sowing and reaping.

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Thabiti Anyabwile
This Changes Everything, Doesn't It?
. . . abortion is the judgment of God against the country.

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2008-11-13
Richard Pérez-Peña
A Senior Fellow at the Institute of Nonexistence
I must confess a perverse pleasure in this sort of thing.

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R. Scott Clark
Union with Christ: It’s Not That Difficult
Union with Christ is not some arcane doctrine discovered in the 20th century, nor is it some Gnostic secret that unlocks mysteries heretofore unknown to the Reformed churches. This is the stuff we’ve confessed all along and it isn’t any more difficult now than it was then.
   This should be of interest to at least one of my readers. You know who you are.

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Dan Phillips and Phil Johnson
The Christian's Priority and Presence: Things We Agree On
The sole unique possession that every Christian has, that all his neighbors most desperately need, is the Gospel (Romans 1:16).

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Stories from Mars and Venus
This is just funny. (HT)

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John Stossel
The Road to Serfdom
In a free society, with constitutionally limited government, the president would be a mere executive who sees to it that predictable and understandable laws are enforced. But sadly, the prestige and power of the presidency have grown, and liberty has contracted.

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2008-11-12
Bobby Eberle
Time is Running Out for President to Free Border Agents
With a little over two months left in office, President Bush has the opportunity to right an incredible injustice.

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Michael Yates
Dangers of Ethanol
I am one American who refuses to burn ethanol. These links will tell you why.

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Phillip M. Way
The Hope of Eternal Life
Here’s a blog post worth memorizing.

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Justin Taylor
Abortion Rates Under Clinton and Bush
. . . because of Bill Clinton's policies the abortion rate dropped under his administration, and because of George W. Bush's policies the abortion rate rose under his administration.

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Thabiti Anyabwile
Clarity
The New Testament writers frequently state that the ability to understand Scripture rightly is more a moral and spiritual than an intellectual ability . . .

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Colin Adams
Time-Travelling is Best
Modernize the story too much and it loses its plausibility . . .

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Chip Bayer
The silver lining… hopefully
I see in the election of Obama a potential silver lining for which I have been praying for a long time . . .

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2008-11-10
J.D. Hatfield
Even Though
Even though it was David who had done something wrong, he sought mercy for the child. Even though God had already declared that the child would die (vs.14), David prayed fervently and fasted. Even though the child died, David saw Providence.

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Jeffrey Scott Shapiro
The Treatment of Bush Has Been a Disgrace
What must our enemies be thinking?

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Phil Johnson
Evangelical Politics: A Few More thoughts
As a Christian, I have a more important message to proclaim than "God hates fags," and I know a better, more long-term remedy for drunkenness and all its associated evils than Prohibition ever managed to be.

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2008-11-09
Charles Spurgeon (via Phil Johnson)
A 19th-Century Preacher Confronts Postmodernism. Again.
"But some men do read it and arrive at one opinion, and some maintain the opposite, and thus they contradict themselves, and yet are equally right."

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Scott Head
The loss of influence of the Gospel in America
Many Christians are asking themselves what has happened to our nation in light of the recent election. Perhaps a look inside our churches, families and hearts will be telling, and perhaps will shake a few Christians toward a more visionary outlook.

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Libbie Muffin
By way of catharsis
One of the things that occurred to me in these days after the US election, is how many people appear to believe that we cannot legislate to end abortion - oh, but we can legislate to end poverty, war, hey, even illness . . .

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2008-11-08
Andrew Ian Dodge
There’s Nothing Funny About Obama’s Election
So what are these poor comics going to do now? Are they going to stop doing political comedy altogether? If the Democrats control Congress and Obama is president will they no longer have anyone to mock? (HT)

Scott Ott
Obama Declines GOP Request to Redistribute Votes — satire
Barack Obama is MY President — not satire
PSA: Ronald Reagan’s Response to 1976 Loss — also not satire

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Hank Balch
Married with Child: A Heartfelt Letter from Newlyweds about Contraception
It is easy to be taken captive by an argument. It’s far easier to be taken captive by an argument that you are born into, and immersed in.

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Tim Challies
The Purpose of Christmas
While I applaud the idea of having a bestselling Christian author produce a book written specifically to present the gospel message and to do so in a book created specially as a Christmas gift, I am sorry that Warren did not present the gospel in its full and pure form. The Purpose of Christmas is, sadly, a wasted opportunity. It could have been so much more.

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2008-11-07
Bob Kauflin
Together for the Gospel Live CD
Since the [Together for the Gospel] conference, we’ve been asked whether or not any part of the singing had been recorded. As a matter of fact, all of it was. And we’ve been working on a CD made up of 16 hymns from the conference.

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Dan Phillips
"A Lament for America" &
Reflecting on "A Lament for America"
So what do I write for you today? I think of Jeremiah, looking at the ruin of his beloved nation. Did the prophet write a happy-face booklet about how glorious God's sovereign providence always is? I don't think so.

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Chip Bayer
Where is your heart?
If today [election day] seems like either the salvation of the world or the end of it you may want to consider whether or not you’ve misplaced your treasure — and your heart.

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Steve Weaver
“Do You Play God?” James 4:11-17;
“Do You Have a Worldly Heart?” James 4:1-10

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Betsy Markman
Grief and Disillusionment Bring New Hope
We should not be grieving as if yesterday marked a horrible defeat for a great nation. We should be grieving as those who recognize that our nation ceased to be great decades ago, and has been self-destructing for a long time. Let our prayers focus around our lost nation, pleading with God to grant us repentance from sin, and grant us true Spirit-led revival.

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Challies & Son in the Dominican Republic
Tim Challies and his son Nick (eight years old) are traveling to the Dominican Republic with Compassion International. Follow Tim at Challies Dot Com, and Nick at Challies Jr.

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2008-11-06
TurretinFan
Charges of Mariolatry Clarified
Our goal here is to warn folks that what they are doing is wrong. We are not trying to suggest that "Joe Roman Catholic" knows that he is worshiping Mary when he recites the Ave Maria, when he bows to a statue of Mary, and when he otherwise venerates Mary and departed believers.

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Thabiti Anyabwile
The Day After
There is no reason to think that President Barack Obama can overthrow the will and work of God in the world. So what if he is the most pro-choice/pro-abortion candidate in history? Isn’t God still the most pro-life God in all creation?

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Justin Taylor
Stayin Alive: Pro-Life Advocacy in the Obama Era. An Interview with Scott Klusendorf
The executive and legislative branches of the federal government are now firmly in the hands of those deeply committed to the proposition that an entire class of human beings can be set aside to be killed simply because they are in the way of something we want.

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2008-11-05
Nathan Williams
The Election in Light of Romans 8:28
One day, according to Romans 8:30 we will stand before the Lord in our new bodies as glorified saints. If you are a believer, nothing that happens on earth can change that fact. Because this promise of God is certain, our joy, trust and confidence must be firmly placed in the Lord who made this promise, not in men who fail us so often.

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Libbie Muffin
on a couple of things I'm not sure I'll ever understand.
I don't think I'm ever going to get my head around the reasoning a Christian goes through to get to the conclusion that the killing of unborn children can be dangerous, so we should make it safer. . . . Or that we should lobby government to take our money and then give it to our neighbours.

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Voddie Baucham
If God is so powerful and so good, why do bad things happen?
How on earth could a holy and righteous God know what I did, and thought, and said yesterday, and not kill me in my sleep last night?

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2008-11-04
Andrew B. Wilson
Five Myths About the Great Depression
The current financial crisis has revived powerful misconceptions about the Great Depression. Those who misinterpret the past are all too likely to repeat the exact same mistakes that made the Great Depression so deep and devastating.

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2008-11-03
Aaron Wilson
Aaron Job on "Being Thankful"
A young preacher, a Thankgiving sermon, and an impolite audience.

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R. Scott Clark
Does “Law” = OT and “Gospel” = NT?
The law and the gospel are found throughout the bible. This is a common misunderstanding . . .

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Daniel van de Laar
Scripture Interprets Scripture
It is important to me that my interpretation of scripture is reasonable, makes sense grammatically, and does no injury to the remainder of scripture.

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2008-11-02
Obama Trick or Treat Policy
See, first I take all your candy . . .

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Charles Spurgeon (via Phil Johnson)
Unity at All Costs?
To pursue union at the expense of truth is treason to the Lord Jesus.

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Demographic Winter
It’s coming.
(full documentary here)

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2008-11-01
Christianaudio.com
Calvin: Of Prayer and The Christian Life
Free audiobook; coupon code NOV2008.

Justin Taylor
Thomas Sowell on a Conflict of Visions
Peter Robinson at Uncommon Knowledge recently did a video interview with Sowell . . . as applied to the current election.

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Jason Horowitz
Erica Jong Tells Italians Obama Loss 'Will Spark the Second American Civil War. Blood Will Run in the Streets'
In case you were wondering what the leftist moonbats are saying.

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Wayne Grudem (via Tim Challies)
Inequality of Possessions
Some inequality of possessions is fundamentally good and provides many opportunities for glorifying God, but also many temptations to sin; and some extreme inequalities are wrong in themselves.

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