Monday, September 08, 2008

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

Talk about marketing. Buy this or the terrorists have already won and dogs will die.


Read Peggy Noonan's piece describing Sarah Palin as "A Clear and Present Danger to the American Left." (HT Justin Taylor)
"Because she jumbles up so many cultural categories, because she is a feminist not in the Yale Gender Studies sense but the How Do I Reload This Thang way, because she is a woman who in style, history, moxie and femininity is exactly like a normal American feminist and not an Abstract Theory feminist; because she wears makeup and heels and eats mooseburgers and is Alaska Tough, as Time magazine put it; because she is conservative, and pro-2nd Amendment and pro-life; and because conservatives can smell this sort of thing -- who is really one of them and who is not -- and will fight to the death for one of their beleaguered own; because of all of this she is a real and present danger to the American left, and to the Obama candidacy."

Read Brent Thomas' thoughts on the "Jesus doesn't want you to be like Him" trend.

Read about the cremated father reunited with his family ... alive.

Read Al Mohler's thoughts on Sarah Palin becoming a grandmother sooner than expected: An Unexpected New Motherhood Debate.

Read as Johnny Mac addresses the question, "Is Divine Election Unfair?"

Read Stuff White People Like #118: Appearing to Enjoy Classical Music.

Read the Newsweek bit about Sarah Palin's church background: A Visit to Palin's Church.

Read the results 2/3 of Americans would prefer to be stranded on a deserted island with their pets rather than their mates.

Read as Jay the Bennett address the question, "How are the full benefit of Christ's atonement acquired?" Good slooge here.

Read about the cat that survived a 70 mile trip under its owner's truck.

Read Trent Hamm's "single biggest money mistake I've made."

Check out Crossway's new book blog, which will include "news, interviews, behind-the-scenes information, sample chapters, and more!" Among other good stuff, Crossway is the publisher of the ESV.

Read as Pastor Lance (of Blaque Tulip.com) reminds us of the impotence of presidential candidates and where our ultimate allegiance lies.

Read as Justin Taylor at the New Attitude blog addresses the question, "How could God command genocide in the Old Testament?"

Check out Mark Driscoll's Six Study Essentials every Christian needs.

Read about Sen. Joe Biden's daughter being arrested outside a Chicago nightclub during an altercation for obstructing justice, in 2002, that is.

Read about the 8 year old boy handing out fake $20 bills at school.

Read the Christian testimony of Gunny's sister, Brandi.

Read 8 Great Stories About Strangely Named Teams' Mascots.

Learn about Hip Hop Republicans. That's how I roll.

Read about the man who set a sleeping man's pants on fire. Perhaps he was a liar, liar?

Customize your own pair of Vans shoes.

Read Al Mohler's Washington Post piece addressing whether or not Sarah Palin can serve family and country. (HT Jade)

Read Matt Waymeyer's thoughts on Joe Biden's stance on when life begins.

Read the Washington Post story about a movement to get pastors to endorse political candidates from their pulpits per their constitutional right. (HT Justin Taylor)

Read about the results of the recent UK & Ireland "wife carrying" championships.

Check out the neat visual representation of the words used at the DNC & RNC. (HT Tim Challies)

See the DNC & RNC speeches Wordled. (HT Joe Thorn)

Read a biblical evaluation of a woman president on Reformed Baptist Fellowship's blog.

Read Stephanie Woodward's explanation of why she agrees with Obama ... and why she won't vote for him.

Read Denny Burk's thoughts on the alleged Southern Baptist "double standard" of allowing women to lead a nation, but not a church.

Read Denny Burk's thoughts on whether or not a complementarian viewpoint allows for women working outside of the home at all.

Read about How Obama Lost the Election by Spengler. "Obama will spend the rest of his life wondering why he rejected the obvious road to victory, that is, choosing Hillary Clinton as his vice presidential nominee."

Read some slooge on Jonathan Edwards and "Predestinarian Evangelism" as part of the weekly Edwards bit done by Jay the Bennett.

Read John Piper's thoughts on whether or not God can weep over what He wills.

Read Timothy's thoughts on Hebrews 10:22 with regard to Baptism and pray for my repeated attempts to get him to come on over to Baptistic side. The SBC has given the PCA at least 4 blue chippers and I'd certainly like to see a little recompense.

Watch a video clip Gunny posted at Conservative Reformed Mafia of Newt Gingrich defending Sarah Palin's experience with a little edge to him.

Read a great piece about Sarah Palin by Doug Wilson: "John Has Slain His Thousands." He notes, "... she presents an absolutely devastating challenge to the feminist narrative for women" and that she "might be uniquely positioned" to do something about Roe vs. Wade.

Read about how thinking makes you eat more.

Read Reepicheep's assertion that Americans vote based on their wallets.

Ponder the question, "Was Jesus a Social Drinker?"

Read as the Irish Calvinist ponders why the conventions are orchestrated as they are if "preaching is outdated" and people don't go for that kind of communication.

Runner up for Comment of the Week, Fred Thompson: "They're not gonna tax your family. No, they're just gonna tax businesses. So, unless you buy something from a business, like groceries, clothes, or gasoline, or unless you get a paycheck from a business, a big business or a small business, don't worry. It's not gonna affect you."

Comment of the Week:
"As I sat watching [Sarah Palin's] speech last night, I was certain that Hilary Clinton was sitting at home, watching this, thinking....when I grow up - I wanna be just like Sarah Palin!" (Kelly)
Listen to yesterday's sermon at Providence Church on Philippians 4:14-13 "Content in/through Christ."
"Exercise is a dirty word. Every time I hear it, I wash my mouth out with chocolate."
-Author Unknown (HT Steph)

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6 Comments:

At 08 September, 2008 17:44, Blogger KELLY said...

Gunny - in response to your comment on my FB status - you have no idea how badly I have a "case of the Mondays"!

My son was involved in a car accident on 08/02. The girl ran a red light and flipped my son's Tahoe. She had no driver's license. Her court date was today. She did not show up. Instead - her attorney faxed a letter requesting a court date - it was granted...in June 2009!

I told the District Attorney's office today to remember my name...they would be hearing from me regularly, I would be at her court date - and I was out to change Texas law! :)

Nothing like a mom on a mission, huh? I actually have started a new blog called "Stand Up 4 Change" - and will link it to my FB page later this week.

Great list, by the way! Have a blessed week.

 
At 09 September, 2008 09:45, Blogger Timothy said...

But I REALLY do like classical music... I just can't ever tell what I'm listening to. :)

 
At 09 September, 2008 09:49, Blogger Timothy said...

BTW, does this mean you consider me a blue chipper? :)

 
At 09 September, 2008 10:48, Blogger KELLY said...

Your sister's testimony is amazing...thank you so much for sharing it with us!

 
At 09 September, 2008 12:00, Blogger Jared Nelson said...

I like that Reformed Baptist Fellowship site, there's some great stuff on there! And this coming from a Presbyterian!

 
At 09 September, 2008 16:10, Blogger GUNNY said...

Kelly, at least you won comment of the week, if that's any consolation.

Yeah, her testimony is a wonderful answer to years of prayer and a great reminder of the power of God that He is mighty to save, but all I have to do is remember my own to see an even greater creep that He saved.


Timothy, whatever you want to hear, brother. I'll pull out all my Baptist mojo, if necessary.

;-)


Jared, there is some great slooge there, ain't it?

 

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