"Unity without verity is no better than conspiracy." - John Trapp

Friday, September 08, 2006

BoB's for the Week Ending September 9th

Best of the Blogs

Frank (Centuri0n) Turk started the week (after Labor Day, of course) of with an open letter to Christian retailers. He followed this up with a post over at Team Pyro directly relating to the TNIV (Today's New International Version, an update to the NIV that - no, better that you just check this out).

Frank's cohort (not his sidekicks who are running his blog now) Dan Phillips started the week (not even observing Labor Day) lamenting the loss of meaning in the term evangelical, and beginning the search for a replacement.

While we are thinking about Frank, Adrian Warnock has begun his response to Frank's defense of cessationism.

Dr. J. Ligon Duncan posted on Ephesians 5 and the significance of the atonement for the behavior of husbands (don't let the title fool you).

Tim Challies posts on A.W. Tozer's Knowledge of the Holy (a good read on the attributes of God) and the importance of what we think about when we think about God.

Over at Voice of Vision, Pastor JD Hatfield had several good posts this week. Let me hightlight Modern Day Rainmakers (especially if you are in ministry) and I've God a Word for You, which is an excellent reminder about how we should deal with fallen brethren.

The "Not Exactly a Blog Post" Category

Rebecca provides a good reminder for us by posting Question 39 (and the answer) from the Westminster Larger Catechism.

Last week I mentioned that the Desiring God website had been relaunched. Shortly thereafter, the Ligonier Ministries website was relaunched as well.

4 Comments:

Blogger Even So... said...

I love Tozer...

4:10 PM EDT  
Blogger Taliesin said...

I loved Knowledge of the Holy, but have never picked up any of his other works. Based on the recommendations at Challies, I'm thinking about picking up the Pursuit of God.

5:12 PM EDT  
Blogger Even So... said...

One of my favorites, as you can see in my bio

5:29 PM EDT  
Blogger DJP said...

... (not even observing Labor Day)

Thanks for my first laugh of the day. It's true. In my family, we take the day off, but do not honor it.

(c:

12:30 PM EDT  

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home