Monday, June 09, 2008

Sounds like somebody's got a case of the Mondays.

Listen to the dead air as the other commentators lay out on this guy as they attempt to distance from his potentially insensitive comment. Hilarious.


Read about how to encourage your pastor this summer.

Read Logan's review of Kung Fu Panda.

Read about a service that will send emails to your loved ones after you are raptured to explain what going on. (HT Jade)

Read A Critical Review of John Eldredge's Wild at Heart by Daryl Wingerd. (Lance, try not to get tender here, brother.)

Road crossings:
Top 10 reasons why the Emergent chicken crossed the road.
Top 10 reasons why the Emerger did not cross the road.
Top 10 reasons the Reformed Theologian did not cross the road.
Top 10 reasons the Dispensationalist did not cross the road.

Get this month's FREE audio download: The Pilgrim's Progress (unabridged).

Check out Jack McCallum's piece on the (Lakers-Celtics) Rivalry.

Check out Sports Illustrated's All-Time Celtics Team.

Check out Sports Illustrated's All-Time Mighty Lakers Team.

Check out Gunny's All-Time Celtics & Lakers rosters.

Read 7 Reasons Why Your Church Nursery Service Is Vital To Your Church.

Read about the man who accidentally shot himself while teaching his girlfriend how to handle a gun.

Read a 12 Point Cure for Complaining by Bill Izard. (HT Steve Camp)

Check out the odds for each NFL team to win the Superbowl.

Read Lionel Woods' interview with Jim Elliff, president of Christian Communicators Worldwide.

Read about the controversy caused by plans to make a wax figure of Adolph Hitler for the Berlin branch of Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum. You see, Hitler is kind of an unpopular historical figure.

Check out LibriVox's free audio books from the public domain. (HT Ray Fowler)
“LibriVox volunteers record chapters of books in the public domain and release the audio files back onto the net. Our goal is to make all public domain books available as free audio books.”
Read about what the CIA learned from "Get Smart."

Read about the "French Spiderman" arrested after scaling the New York Times skyscraper.

Read as Rae Whitlock wonders about “Color vs. Content” when it comes to African Americans and the Obama vote. (HT Brent Thomas)

Read Fred Hiatt's article “‘Bush Lied’? If Only It Were That Simple” in the Washington Post. (HT Denny Burk)

Read about the Japanese man's tumor that wound up being a surgical towel left in his 25 year prior.

Read the Resolution on Integrity in Church Membership presented to the SBC annual meeting by Aggie Tom Ascol, executive director of Founders Ministries.

Read about the Saudi woman filing for divorce after her husband tried to sneak a peek at her face. Curiosity got the best of him ... after 30 years of marriage.

Check out Wayne Grudem's Advice on Interpreting the Word.

Read about the Texas justice of the peace being sued for ordering a man to "paddle" his teenage son.

Check out 7 characteristics of divine election.

Read about the biblical theme park planned in Germany.

Learn why D.A. Carson doesn't like the terminology "redeeming the culture."

Read about (alleged) September 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed getting to send the court sketch of him back for revisions.

Check out more slooge on what "missional" means.

Read about the drunk driving mother who let her toddler take the wheel.

Check out Thabiti Anyabwile's historical timeline of the African-American people, beginning with the first arrival of slaves (1619) and culminating with the Democratic nomination of Barak Hussein Obama, a half-white, half-black man.

Read about the Texas woman who won a $10,000 funeral at a baseball game.

Check out Charles Krauthammer's balanced thoughts about global warming. (HT Chris Brauns)

Go to Timothy's site to view an hour long video exposing Mormonism.

Read Greg Gilbert's thoughts on the gospel, it's implications, and non-essential implications.

Read Dr. Al Mohler's summer reading list: 1-5 & 6-10.

Read about the woman arrested for non-emergency 911 calls.

Check out this collection of audio from the recent Dwell Conference (Speakers include Mark Driscoll, Ed Stetzer, and Tim Keller).

Read about the man who cut himself in a restaurant mooning that went awry.

Read about Stuff White People Like: Children's Games as Adults.

Read about the McKinney, Texas man who finally got a high school diploma 73 years after having been denied it after being falsely accused of cracking his knuckles during an exam.

Read about the 84 year old man who finally got a high school diploma and went to the prom.

Comment of the Week:
"Teaching children is a huge challenge - they have not yet developed enough self-discipline to politely submit to poor content and boring presentation. :)" (Oilcan)
Listen to yesterday's sermon at Providence Church on Philippians 2:19-30, "Commendable Characteristics."
"There's an old saying about those who forget history. I don't remember it, but it's good."
-Stephen Colbert

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2 Comments:

At 09 June, 2008 09:26, Blogger Lance said...

I'm just tender that it's taken you so long to publish a review like Wingerd's.

BTW: I think that fella out front in the video is John Eldredge.

 
At 11 June, 2008 09:02, Anonymous Lionel Woods said...

Hey I am starting the Philippians series today.

 

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