27 March 2015

This 'n' That

Warning: this week's This 'n' That is going to be slim. In fact, you almost were forced to go without any weekly review. Why? Early mornings, late nights, and full days make this blogger unable to even look at what is going on in the world beyond her personal realm. Some days, I feel a little like this:

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Yes, those of us who grew up with Saved By the Bell on Saturday mornings are laughing as we remember that weird episode. Don't worry, I can promise that it won't evolve into this:


Oh, admit it, that is a classic moment in television history.

So I apologize for the brevity of the post, but hope that this will keep you satisfied at least until next week. So with that, take a few moments to enjoy your week in review (kind of):
  • Interesting, but I'd say most Christians today see 'worship' as a weekend-only thing, and don't understand the significance of our entire lives being lived out as worship to our King.
  • I hope you stayed off Driscoll's mailing list.
  • Um…I don't even know what to say. The guy has aspirations, you have to give him that.
  • Great deals going on for the entire (finally completed) MacArthur New Testament Commentary set.
  • Because I like to give you an occasional dose of Charisma crazy.
  • Links to the breakout seminars from the Inerrancy Summit.
  • Here's your weekly dose of adorable.
  • Well, this is good news.
  • Sigh. John Hagee is setting dates. Can somebody please stop this guy?
  • The GTY blog is posting a series on the seven last sayings of Christ.
  • The purposes of God in our pursuit of godliness:

1 comment:

  1. That's all nice and good to pull all of the books about trips to heaven. But when they still sell Beth Moore, Sarah Young, Mark Batterson, Judah Smith, Max Lucado, Priscilla Shirer and any other of a number of people who, at least, compromise the gospel and, at worst, teach totally and completely unbiblical rubbish, what's the point?

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