July 31, 2010

The Achilles Heel of Theistic Evolution

Brief audioblog from John MacArthur on the insurmountable hurdles standing before so-called theistic evolution.

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July 28, 2010

"There's nothing to do..."

Don't waste your life. Check out the Faith by Hearing website. They have collected hundreds of great audio resources for you to feed on. They do this to allow you to "seize your commute". For those of us with extended drives each day it provides a good opportunity to redeem the time by feeding your mind and heart on godly preaching and teaching.

Whiloe this is no replacement for attendance at your local church, it does give you the opportunity to set your mind on many wonderful things rather than drag your mind through the muck offered by our culture at large.

July 25, 2010

The Cross of Christ

Al Mohler explains the importance and centrality of the work of Christ on the cross contrasted with the "ideas" of open theists, lesbian feminists, and other assorted speculators. This is a speech given in 2006 at a Ligonier conference. Mohler is a rare intellect and this is one of his best.

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July 10, 2010

Why Does The Universe Look So Old - Al Mohler

Al Mohler speaks helpfully on the apparent age of the universe. The talk is a little more than an hour but gives a lot of good meat to chew on. Mohler offers insights that knock the legs out from under any appeal the science-cult known as bio-logos might have to evangelicals at large.

July 9, 2010

PSA: Drowning does not look like drowning

Dear Friends,
In this summer season as we all go about outdoor activities, watch your friends and family when in the water! Read the following to recognize the real signs of drowning.

Drowning does not look like drowning.

Forever and a day...

Hi gang. It has been quite awhile since I last posted. I haven't fallen off the face of the earth. It has been a season of busyness but right now I'm enjoying a couple of days off from work. And I do mean enjoying. Great family time yesterday at King's Pointe waterpark. It was one of those perfect days. Weather was beautiful, not too many at the park, water was cool, sunshine was abundant without giving you that bacon-sizzling feeling, everything went wonderfully for all of us. Enjoying, definitely.

I've been pretty busy. That seems to be consistent with almost everyone I know. Life continues moving at an increasingly hectic pace. I read a wise reflection by Don Whitney this morning about the sacrifices we make in private and how horribly misdirected this approach to the Christian life is. Can you slow down enough to read it?