Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Tuesday Hodge-Podge (4-19)

  • I've really enjoyed the series that B&H Academic has done on presenting differing perspectives of various theological and church issues. Justin Taylor previews and summarizes this new book on differing perspectives of the Sabbath.

  • My friend Clifton Rankin (author of one of the coolest named blogs) offers some insight on the myth that Martin Luther turned bar songs into hymns.

  • Here is a satirical letter written in response to that mean ole Apostle Paul.

  • Wendy Alsup offers her "Confessions of a Conflicted Complementarian"

  • This interview with Mark Dever is a must-listen-to by anyone (pastor or lay person) serious about disciple-making.

  • Jim Hamilton offers a great explanation on why he believes the Bible

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