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2009-01-30
Michael Beasley
Global Warming® - Meet Dr. John S. Theon
Theon joins the rapidly growing ranks of international scientists abandoning the promotion of anthropogenic global warming fears.

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2009-01-29
The Sacred Sandwich
New Barna Poll: 1 in 3 Christians Do Not Believe George Barna Exists
One third of professing Christians in America question the existence of Christian pollster George Barna, according to a shocking new poll by George Barna and his marketing research firm, The Barna Group.

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Craig Johnson
A Review: Believing God by Beth Moore
From time to time people ask me about Beth Moore. So, I decided to read one of her books, Believing God (published in 2004).

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2009-01-28
Scott Ott
[SNN] Obama’s Muslim TV Interview Sets New Tone
President Barack Obama chose al-Arabiya to grant his first full interview as president of the United States, trying to repair the damage done by his predecessor’s efforts to free 25 million Iraqis from dictatorship and terrorism. The president snubbed CNN, MSNBC, FoxNews, ABC, CBS, PBS and even SNN, according to a White House spokesman because he wanted to talk directly to the Arab world, without the filter of a network that’s just a tool of the imperialistic Zionist American regime. Tonight, SNN brings you an in-depth analysis of this historic interview.

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2009-01-26
Scott Ott
Pelosi: Cutting Poor Babies Accelerates Economic Growth
". . . if we can rapidly reduce the number of poor people through contraception and abortion, that’s a net gain for federal and state budgets, and a fast track to economic recovery. Every poor baby prevented is like money in the bank.”

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Steve Weaver
“The Beginning of a Nation” Genesis 12:1-3
This sermon was the fourth in a series of four which seeks to provide an overview of Genesis “The Book of Beginnings”.

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Dan Phillips
Public Service Announcement: killing the "Restart Now" nag
This is why Dan is my hero.

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2009-01-24
Rejoice and mourn with the Johnson family

2009-01-23
Frank Turk
A field report from NYS
There was this lady who was married to the president. She ran for the Senate, campaigned on her “track record” and easily won. It was her first elected political office, ever. “Track record.” That’s funny!

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Joe Carter
Four Reasons You Might Be Aborted: An Open Letter to Fetal Humans
You have made it to the second stage of life. But you’re not out of the woods, as they say, until you’re out of the womb. In America there are roughly 250 abortions for every 1000 live births, which means that you have (all other things being equal) a 1 in 5 chance of still being aborted. (HT)

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2009-01-22
A Theology of Worship
A free two-day conference featuring Don Kistler, Feb. 6th-7th, 2009 (Friday 7pm - 9:30pm & Saturday 9am - 5pm) at Rockdale Community Church, Conyers, GA (Atlanta area)

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Tominthebox
Ruckman Denies the Existence of Greece
"Anyone who believes in Greece is part of the Alexandrian Cult seeking to undermine the authority of the Authorized Version of 1611."

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Michael Beasley
Rick Warren's Inaugural Prayer - 2009
I wanted to review portions of the prayer with you - to help you consider the substance of what he actually said. I think that this is particularly important because it is easy to get caught up in the emotions of such an event and in the process leaving our analytical minds at the door.

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Fred Butler
Gay "Christian" FAQS [1]
Since I began addressing the apologetics put forth by the so-called gay evangelicals, I have received many emails from folks asking me to expand upon some of the things I had written in response to their arguments. I wanted to compile a list of the most "Frequently Asked Questions" I have received over the last year or so since engaging gay "Christian" apologetics.

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Scott Ott
[SNN] Pro-Life Obama Inaugural Stings Abortion Industry
On the 36th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, Planned Parenthood expressed alarm at what sounded like pro-life “code words” in President Obama’s inaugural address. ScrappleFace Network News (SNN) anchor Scott Ott brings us the story that the mainstream media ignores.

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Phil JohnsonClarifying Calvinism
Clarifying Calvinism

Part I: Is Arminianism damnable heresy?
Wise advice from Phil: My advice to young Calvinists is to learn theology from the historic mainstream Calvinist authors, not from blogs and discussion forums on the Internet.


Part II: Spurgeon: “Calvinism IS the Gospel”
Arminianism is inherently inconsistent. Arminians technically affirm the fundamental, essential truths of the gospel. Then they try to build a theology on top of that which is totally inconsistent with the solid foundation they have affirmed.


Part III: Some book recommendations
The first book I want to recommend is a new book by Roger Olson, who is himself an Arminian, and he has written a defense of Arminianism titled Arminian Theology: Myths and Realities. You might be surprised to hear me recommend this book . . .


Part IV: One more recommendation, and an explanation of why this issue is important to me
I have not always been a Calvinist. I grew up in a family that had been Wesleyan Methodists for generations — and even after I became a Christian, it was several years before I finally came to the point where I could affirm the biblical doctrine of election without trying to explain it away.


Part V: Why this issue is really a lot simpler than most people think
. . . the truths of Calvinism so much permeate the heart of the gospel message, that even if you think you are a committed and consistent proponent of Arminianism, if you truly affirm the gospel you have already conceded the principle points of Calvinism anyway.


Part VI: We love Him because He first loved us
Notice: this profound text is a clear statement about the sovereign power of God’s love. It is a lesson about the sovereignty of God’s saving purpose. It is a celebration of the glory of sovereign love.


Part VII: A second look at one of the shortest verses in the Bible
So let’s talk about “limited atonement.” Some of you are thinking, There’s a doctrine no Arminian presupposes. Actually, I think anyone who believes the atonement was substitutionary presupposes a Calvinistic doctrine of the atonement. And historic, evangelical Arminians do believe in substitutionary atonement.


Part VIII
: Conclusion
Nothing is more biblical than these doctrines that are commonly labeled Calvinism. In a way, it is a shame they have been given an extrabiblical name, because these truths are the very essence of what Scripture teaches. The very gist of Calvinism is nowhere more clearly stated than in the simple words of our verse: “We love Him, because He first loved us.”

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American College of Pediatrics
Homosexual Parenting: Is It Time For Change?
. . . there is sound evidence that children exposed to the homosexual lifestyle may be at increased risk for emotional, mental, and even physical harm. (HT)

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2009-01-21
Bob HaytonWhy “Limited Atonement”

Why “Limited Atonement” (Part 1)
Many Christians are very concerned over the Calvinist doctrine of limited atonement. To them, the very words “limited atonement” imply something totally foreign to Scripture . . .


Why “Limited Atonement” (Part 2)

. . . we believe that the elect were in God’s mind all along with his designs for the atonement. He had called them from the beginning of the world, and it is consistent with Scripture and reason that he would see his death as effecting their salvation particularly.

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Steve Weaver
“The Beginning of Salvation” Genesis 3:1-21
This sermon was the second in a series of four which seeks to provide an overview of Genesis “The Book of Beginnings”.

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Paul Lamey
The Bible doesn’t say “pray for the President”
So by all means pray for the President but don’t loose sight of the real issue: there is one God and one mediator between God and man. Some trust in chariots but we will trust in the Lord our God.

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Expository Thoughts on The Shack:

Matt Waymeyer

An Exhaustive List of What I Liked about the Book “The Shack”

Jerry Wragg
“The Shack”

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2009-01-20
Garry Weaver
Shut the "F" Up!
Yes, I know, shocking title. Shut up and read it anyway. Take special note of the paragraph on euphemisms.

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2009-01-19
Dan Phillips
Inauguration Day Prayers
I emailed this audacious request to several Biblically-faithful pastors whom I admire: . . . would you send me, for publication, a draft of such a prayer you might pray, if Barack Obama had invited you to give the prayer at this particular inauguration?


Their responses:
Inauguration Day Prayer #1: John Frame
Inauguration Day Prayer #2: Pastor Thabiti Anyabwile
Inauguration Day Prayer #3: Pastor Chris Brauns
Inauguration Day Prayer #4: Phil Johnson
Inauguration Day Prayer #5: Nobody Of Any Consequence (Mr Phillips himself)

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Bobby Ross Jr.
Prosperity Gospel on Skid Row
Some of the high-flying icons of the prosperity gospel . . . have run into financial turbulence. But will they learn? Scott Thumma, a Hartford Seminary sociologist who studies megachurches, is not so certain. "Most clergy who preach a prosperity gospel would interpret for their congregation any conflict, scrutiny, or questioning as an attack of the Devil and proof that they are following God," he said. (HT)

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2009-01-15
New York Times
Gay Bishop Is Asked to Say Prayer at Inaugural Event
Bishop Robinson said he had been reading inaugural prayers through history and was “horrified” at how “specifically and aggressively Christian they were.”

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2009-01-14
Scott Ott
[Video] SNN 1: Geithner’s Not Uncommon Tax Error
Timothy Geithner said it was an innocent mistake, and he probably should have "gone to one of those little kiosks at the mall to get his taxes done right."

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Australian Homeschooling Family Finds Ways to Adopt a Public School 'Socialization' Program
Two for the price of one: funny and true. Well, not really, but it could be.

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The Sacred Sandwich
Fuller Theological Seminary To Offer Course In Tap Dancing
“We believe that in this postmodern climate of tolerance and political civility it is important to train our future pastors to be able to dance around biblical issues when necessary.”

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John Stossel
Madoff Is a Piker
Madoff's scam was small compared to Ponzi schemes the government itself runs: Social Security and Medicare.

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Connie Dever
The Pastor's Wife: A Position or Juxtaposition?
"What will your wife do if you become our pastor?" That was the question one church member asked my husband at a question-and-answer session at Capitol Hill Baptist Church (CHBC). He was candidating for the position of pastor.
Addendum: Here’s a related nugget from Spurgeon, courtesy of Mr Phillips.

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Chip Bayer
The wrong filter
What is the most overused question in Bible study settings?

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Todd Bolen
That Rope around the High Priest’s Ankle
The moral of this story: Beware of your own credulity. Don’t repeat that interestng “fact” until you know it is one.

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Frank Turk
Assurance to all
Frank takes a swing at the use of evidentialist apologetics in evangelism: Proving any particular miracle (save two) is historically substantiated doesn't save anybody, and getting derailed by evidentialist apologetics when you are really seeking to preach the Gospel is really taking the unbeliever's bait to talk about his religion rather than talk about your good news.

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2009-01-13
David Alan Black
Christians without Borders
The relationship between church and state continues to be a subject of great interest and importance to me, particularly the dangers of statism and its inevitable by-product, nation-worship. For example, I think the flying of the American flag in our churches is a bad idea. (HT)

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2009-01-12
Charles Spurgeon (posted by Phil Johnson)
Don't Pamper Your Doubts
I shall not dwell so much upon this particular instance of the disciples' unbelief as upon the fact that the Lord Jesus upbraided them because of it. This action of his shows us the way in which unbelief is to be treated by us.

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Steve Weaver
“The Beginning of Sin” Genesis 3:1-19, 22-24
This sermon was the second in a series of four which seeks to provide an overview of Genesis “The Book of Beginnings”.

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The Sacred Sandwich
Police Warning
If only . . .

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2009-01-11
Hank Balch
Back to the Tatts: The Elephant in the Tattoo Debate Room
Scripture gives us ethical commentary in many other ways than mere prohibitions. There are mandates, precedents, principles, counsel, examples and so on, and so forth.

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Andy Naselli
Nooma Blooper
Rob Bell further undermines his credibility . . .

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2009-01-10
Michael Beasley
Religulous: An Analysis of Mere Religion
Pastor Beasley explains why he agrees with Bill Maher.

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2009-01-09
Thomas Sowell
Manufacturing a Crime
As someone who has any number of times had his memory corrected by consulting old records or old letters, I don't think a man's life should be ruined for that, when there was no crime to investigate in the first place.

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R. Scott Clark
What Richard John Neuhaus Means to Me
I realize that, in an age of utter ecclesiastical and theological latitudinarianism what I am about to say may sound (even though it is not) narrow and even bigoted, but the fact, however, that RJN apostatized from the Protestant confession . . .

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2009-01-08
Kim RiddlebargerThe Canons of Dort

The Canons of Dort

First Head of Doctrine, Article

One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten, Eleven, Twelve, Thirteen, Fourteen, Fifteen, Sixteen, Seventeen, Eighteen

Rejection of Errors, Paragraph

One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine

Second Head of Doctrine, Article

One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine

Rejection of Errors, Article

One (part one), One (part two), Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven

Third/Fourth Head of Doctrine, Article

One

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Scott Ott
Obama Plans $200B Boost to Consumer Confidence
Across the nation, the Obama administration will set up “attitude boot camps” to teach people how to ignore facts and “place their hope in change that we can believe in.”

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The Sacred Sandwich
Pilgrim’s Lack of Progress
Checking out of the Wicket Gate Hotel to continue his pilgrim’s progress, Christian soon realized . . .

Brian Thornton
Virginity Pledges - Law Instead of Gospel
Perhaps if these churches and parents would concentrate on the gospel and its necessity and utmost importance instead of setting up a program of vows and pledges which is bound to fail if attempted to be upheld in the flesh, then perhaps the stats of those who end up having sex even after making such vows wouldn’t look just like the stats of those who make no such pledge.

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2009-01-07
Yukon Rebecca
The Passions and Pluck of Beatrix Potter
This is the sort of esoteric stuff that makes Rebecca’s blog like no other.

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Dan Phillips
Stunned, stymied and sidelined by sarkicophobia
It's the "thinking" that underlies the ever-popular (and never-Biblical) mantra for daily living: Let Go and Let God.

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Tim Challies
Horrible Self-Congratulatory Conformist Liberalism
A few days ago somebody posted at Amazon a rather unique review of my book. Though he gave the book only one star out of five, I was far from upset or outraged when I read it.

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2009-01-06
Thomas Sowell
The Economic "Stimulus"
Regardless of what President Bush or Secretary of the Treasury Paulson may have had in mind when they promoted this huge bailout package, with all due respect to these gentlemen what they had in mind will not matter in the slightest after January 20th.

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John Piper
Swords Are for Killing
In New Testament times swords were not for digging, shaving, or whittling. They were for killing. The only reason Peter cut off Malchus's ear was that he missed (John 18:10).

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William Webster
The Eucharist
There are some present day Roman Catholic writers who deny that the Roman Catholic Church teaches that the mass is the re-sacrifice of Christ, but the words of the Council of Trent are quite clear in their meaning . . . (HT)

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Apple Introduces Revolutionary New Laptop With No Keyboard
I’ll buy almost anything if it’s shiny and made by Apple.

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Carl Trueman
Why Are There Never Enough Parking Spaces at the Prostate Clinic?
One of the modern shibboleths of the evangelical church, particularly the evangelical church in the West, is that of culture. One must be interested in culture, or one is simply irrelevant. (HT)

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Congressional Motors Car of the Future
. . . on those special, odd-numbered Saturdays when driving is permitted . . .

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The Sacred Sandwich
Airline Pilot Defends Pat Robertson’s Prophecy for 2009
. . . not only are Pat’s bold predictions going to come to pass, but God also told me some other unbelievable things that will happen this year . . .

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2009-01-05
Scott Ott
Times Sells Page One Ads, Still No Charge for DNC
Although the financially-troubled New York Times today broke with tradition and began running paid advertising on its front page, publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. said “the grey lady” would continue to run messages from the Democrat National Committee (DNC) on page one, above the fold, at no charge “as a public service.”

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2009-01-04
Ligon Duncan
Praying for Your Pastor
Pray - 1. That [your pastor] would know and love the living God, would have a saving interest in Christ, being purchased by His blood, and thus would be bound to the Lord by the indissoluble bond of the Holy Spirit.

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Steve Weaver
“The Beginning” Genesis 1:1
This morning’s sermon begins a new series of messages giving an overview of the book of Genesis.

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2009-01-01
David Gunderson
Some Things I Learned in 2008
This is a remarkable list. If half of these things had even occured to me at this authors age, I can’t imagine how brilliant I’d be today.

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John MacArthur
Why doesn’t John MacArthur add much application to his sermons?
[The Bible] doesn’t say, “And here’s how to do this if you’re 32 years old, and you live in North Hollywood.” . . . And if I made my message mostly a whole lot of those little illustrations, I would be missing 90 percent of you who don’t live in that experience. . . . Application belongs to the Spirit of God.

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Stand to Reason
Lacking Judgment
Truth claims and morality require making judgments for good reasons. And the mistaken modern notion of religious pluralism and tolerance makes people equally incapable of making the proper kinds of judgments.

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NPR
Handel's 'Messiah' from Philadelphia
From the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, WHYY and NPR present Handel's holiday masterpiece performed by the "Fabulous Philadelphians" — one of the world's great orchestras, joined by the nationally-renowned Philadelphia Singers Chorale.

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R. Scott Clark
On Churchless Evangelicals Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
The biblical and confessional doctrine of the church challenges two cultural assumptions of North American evangelicals and two of the most sacred idols of the culture: autonomy, i.e. the notion that one is a law unto oneself, and the evangelical (and liberal) love for a disembodied Jesus.

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Derek Thomas
Understanding the Times
The first question we need to ask in Bible study is not, “What is this text saying to me?” but “What is this text saying to me about God?” God-centered living puts God first, second and last. Those in love will understand full well: we just can’t get enough of those we love and if we truly love God we will be equally dissatisfied with anything (or anyone) else.

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