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Archive for the ‘My Heroes’ Category

The “X” in X-mas

Posted by Daniel Edwards on December 22, 2009

R.C. Sproul explains why it doesn’t mean what you might think. See his article here.


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An Interview with Steven Curtis Chapman

Posted by Daniel Edwards on November 4, 2009

Steven Curtis Chapman has released a new album, the first since the death of his five year old daughter, Marie Sue. Justin Taylor shares an excerpt from Christianity Today’s latest article on it: An Interview with Steven Curtis Chapman.

The album contains a song written specifically for his daughter entitled “Heaven is the Face”, which you can watch here. Warning: this song has brought tears to my eyes every time I’ve heard it.

Update: here is the video, courtesy of Tangle.com:

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The Albert Mohler Program

Posted by Daniel Edwards on January 16, 2009

If you don’t know who Albert Mohler is, you should. Dr. Mohler is one of my many heroes in the faith; an author, preacher and president of Southern Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He is wise and intelligent, a rare combination these days and he graciously shares his insights without condenscension.

His program, “The Albert Mohler Program” is an hour-long radio broadcast, Monday through Friday, from 5 to 6 p.m. that is carried by radio stations across the country. You can also listen online be found on iTunes as a podcast. Each week, he addresses issues ranging from theology to politics to science to you name it. And on every Wednesday, Dr. Mohler opens his show to any kind of question that his listeners will throw at him. He always responds without hesitation and is never above admitting that he may not know something. All in all, Dr. Mohler always has something interesting to say and he excels at his aim, to encourage “intelligent, Christian thinking”.

So, if you haven’t heard Albert Mohler, I would urge you to listen to him.

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