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Linkathon 8/31

August 31, 2011 Leave a comment

We often suffer, but we are never crushed. Even when we don’t know what to do, we never give up.

Name the person who said the preceding quote:

a) Martin Luther King Jr.

b) President George W. Bush

c) Steve Rogers, a.k.a. Captain America

d) Paul (the Apostle, not McCartney) 🙂

More at the Christian Post.

The history of hell from Christian History Magazine (HT: The Resurgence and Mark Driscoll).

Why Matt Redmond alternately loves and hates the “movement of Christian manliness”.

What Romanian Christians taught Trevin Wax about prayer.

Mexican drug traffickers styling themselves after the Knights Templar.

From early August: Nancy Guthrie talks with Desiring God about suffering and the centrality of Jesus (HT to Terry Enns, who linked to it more recently).

Eugene Nida, a man you probably have never heard of but is credited (at least by Ed Stetzer) as the pioneer of dynamic equivalence in Bible translations, has passed.

Tullian whats-his-name 😉 talks with Michael Horton, part 1, part 2 and part 3. And there’s more to come…

Happy 9/11 – as passed on by Christian Nightmares.

Leonard Ravenhill’s biography is out. (HT: Denny Burk)

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Linkathon 8/17, part 1

August 16, 2011 1 comment
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Linkathon 8/3, part 1

August 3, 2011 Leave a comment

John Brand on Alister McGrath’s book Why God Won’t Go Away.

This sermon, linked to by FBC Jax Watchdog blog, may be of strong interest to our audience.

Two perspectives on Christian Smith’s book The Bible Made Impossible: Chaplain Mike and Kevin DeYoung.

Mike DeLong wonders just what Alistair Begg means.

FBC Jax Watchdog blog looks at an apparent MLM scheme preached from the pulpit of a prominent SBC pastor.

Slate on the sad road of former baseball pitcher Hideki Irabu.

John Piper on whether you should continue to support the staff of the organization formerly known as Campus Crusade for Christ, now known as Cru.

Gayle Trotter interviews D. Michael Lindsay.

Owen Strachan on an upcoming Al Mohler-Jim Wallis debate on social justice.

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