Monthly Archives: March 2008

A fascinating speech

Millard Erickson recently spoke at Southern Seminary. One of his addresses was, “Can Theology Learn From Physics?” which is one of the more fascinating lectures I’ve heard in a long time.

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Hillary’s Visit to Bosnia. Actual Video…sort of

This video cracks me up!

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Best Books and Websites about the Recession/Depression

This is a good list from Slate.com. I especially like this website, which as its subtitle expresses seeks to chronicle ‘the seventh circle of real estate hell.’ If you don’t understand that expression, read Dante’s “Inferno.”

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The Ultimate Consequences of the Bear Rescue

This is a brilliant comment on the bird’s eye view of the Fed’s bailout of Bear Sterns. I completely agree with the author. Whatever else one can say about the rescue, it marks the end of market driven solutions to … Continue reading

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Aurora Borealis From Space!

Whoa…stunning picture. The heavens declare the glory of God.

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This has got to be embarrassing!

An FFDO on a US Airways flight accidentally discharged his gun. Hmm…wonder how that happened?

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J. I. Packer on God’s Happy Surprises

J. I. Packer has been a hero of mine ever since Glen Peterson and I went through “Knowing God” together when I was a senior in high school. Here he describes the “Happy Surprises” that God brought, unexpectedly into his … Continue reading

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