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Fun with TVTV

March 28, 2013 1 comment

Here’s an old video I recorded from the Treasure Valley TV Public Access station. My friend and I had some debated plumbing questions we wanted answered:

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Debate: Jeffrey Johnson vs Michael Horton

March 28, 2013 6 comments

 

This video contains the audio of the debate between Jeff Johnson (author of The Fatal Flaw and a valued contributor to this blog) and Michael Horton concerning the Credobaptist versus the Paedobaptist view of Covenant Theology. The debate took place at the 2012 Semper Reformanda Conference at Grace Family Baptist Church.

It is a very interesting and helpful discussion between two men who hold to the idea that the Mosaic Covenant is a republication of the Covenant of Works. And I would just add here my special appreciation for Jeff, who has been more to helpful to me in properly understanding Covenant Theology than perhaps any other single person.

via Reformed Baptist Blog

Is N.T. Wright Wrong on Jesus? (Yes)

March 27, 2013 Leave a comment

After fifteen years of serious historical Jesus study, I still say the creed ex animo; but I now mean something very different by it, not least by the word “god” itself (“Jesus and the Identity of God”).

via Is N.T. Wright Wrong on Jesus?.

Categories: theology

Trinity Foundation E-Books

March 25, 2013 2 comments

The Trinity Foundation has been adding e-books to their collection for $5/ea. You can get some great titles there like John Robbins’ Freedom and Capitalism, as well as Gordon Clark’s The Philosophy of Science and Belief in God. I recommend them all.

Categories: books

Thoughts on the VFX Crisis

March 21, 2013 Leave a comment

Thoughts on the VFX Crisis is the best article I have read dealing with complaints being made by those in the VFX industry. I recommend the read.

Categories: economics, film

Josh Garrels

March 19, 2013 2 comments

I’m really enjoying several albums I downloaded for free yesterday from Noisetrade

I haven’t had a chance to dig into the lyrics, but they, along with the music, are understated. It’s nice.

The wild man he just killed my religion
He cut it to the bone like a needed incision
The cancerous growth of formulaic precision
That blocks the life-blood in rebellious collision
Cold constructs robbing faith from decision
But where’s your rubric for the man that was risen
He is my vision, he is my vision, be Thou my vision
When the tables have turned, and I’ve lost money, and temples are burned
By His scares we will learn about truth
In the depths of our souls that are marred by the tooth of a beast
Underneath so many deceased, sold out suckers traded life to be yeast
Just to get a piece or a status increase
Find grace and have peace when you eat the Lords feast
And you eat, of His flesh, and His blood
It’s coming quick and strong as the mightiest flood
Yet my mind still gets stuck in the mud
Bottom feeding on the trash like a catfish, brats wish on all of that which
Is established to sit ill in hearts and in our souls, sweet river roll

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Waters of Promise: Finding Meaning in Believer’s Baptism

March 11, 2013 6 comments

Does anyone know anything about this book?

Waters of Promise: Finding Meaning in Believer Baptism

 

Categories: baptism