Some other things of note around the web and blogworld:
Thad Noyes has some good advice for you if you are "Already Behind in Your Bible Reading" for this year.
Dustin Benge pleads with pastors to mentor.
Phil Johnson has some thoughts on preaching from 1 Corinthians 1:21-22.
David Prince preached a challenging message in chapel at Southern Seminary on November 15, 2007, entitled, “When the Glory of God Becomes and Idol: Ministry in the Kingdom of Christ” (.mp3 format) and argues that those truly committed to the glory of God will do more than just talk about it with their buddies – they will talk to the kind of people Jesus talked to and be fervent in evangelism. Highly recommended listening!
Thabiti Anyabwile posts a list for reading on evangelism in 2008.
Tom Ascol supplies an excellent quote from John Newton on “zeal blended with benevolence and humility.”
Jason Button helpfully interacts with John Piper’s chapter, “Brothers, Bitzer Was a Banker,” (click here for the chapter from the book and here for the original article it was based on) from Brothers, We Are Not Professionals. This resource calls us to be diligent students of the Scriptures, encouraging original language study.
John MacArthur reminds us that spreading the gospel, not politics, should be our primary concern.
Dr. Albert Mohler talks about a change of pronouns in speaking of abortion
Said at Southern has posted an audio message of Martin Luther King speaking at Southern Seminary in 1961.
Owen Strachan shares some reflections on his last day working in the office of Dr. Albert Mohler.
Trevin Wax gives a brief review of an excellent resource, J. Gresham Machen’s Christianity and Liberalism. Although close to a century old, it is still quite relevant. In it he shows that liberalism and Christianity are two completely different things. This book would be especially helpful for those in nominally Christian colleges and seminaries to read.
Is the recently published Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament (edited by Carson/Beale) worth getting? (I certainly hope so, as I just ordered it the other day!) Here are some opinions: