Please pray that I will be able to translate the verse on the quiz.
Wednesday, October 31, 2007
Saturday, October 27, 2007
They're having their final big sale so go check out the great titles they have listed (remember you help a struggling seminarian afford her textbooks when you use my link).
"I’m an editor for a large online atheist newsletter--and I believe in God."If it's true, I wonder if he/she doesn't want to give up his/her connections and income now that he/she no longer believes in atheism (and yeah, as much as you protest it, it is a belief system, that's why it's been categorized as a religion). I wonder how many Christians do the same thing.
Thursday, October 18, 2007
Yes, God does freely offer salvation to all and yes, it is Reformed to say that. Here's a link to my digest of John Murray's article "The Free Offer of the Gospel" and here's a link to Mark Horne's defense of that article.
What the heck? Why in the world does it say I'm from New Jersey, Afghanistan? That's so weird and I don't have time to change it.
Sunday, October 07, 2007
The Literary Study Bible is now available at the Westminster Bookstore for only $29.99. I got it yesterday and I really like it. I like that the Bible isn't broken up into columns but is laid out like a book. I also like the way they do the notes -- they're overviews and not individual verse notes. Those can be very distracting.
Saturday, October 06, 2007
I know this thanks is belated but I did make it to school in time to take the test which was one of the things I was most concerned about and I think I did OK on the test but I made a really stupid error (very embarrassing). Oh well! I have another test on the 30th, please pray that I will be more prepared for that one :-) I will be tested on twice the amount of verses (1 Peter 1 and 2).
What's funny is that I made it to school the next day with 15 minutes to spare. It's things like this that make you wonder what the heck is going on :-)