Spurgeon – Terrible Convictions and Gentle Drawings (Psalm 32)
In preparation for a sermon I am preaching this coming weekend, I listened to a sermon by Spurgeon. This sermon was preached from a copy of Spurgeon’s manuscript. Spurgeon is a wordsmith. Just listening to the way he turns phrases is truly amazing. Truly he is the Prince of Preachers. You can hear the sermon by clicking here.
Twitter – What is it Doing to Our Communication Skills?
Bill Keller over at the New York Times put out an article recently, which looks into how Twitter and other social networking sites are hindering our personal communication skills. You can read his take on it by clicking here.
Twitter and Slander
While we are on the topic of Twitter, I want to approach it from another angle, slander. Emir Caner’s comment about Acts 29 was out of place. In light of Caner’s comment, Justin Taylor provides us with a lesson on slander. You can read his article by clicking here.
Gospel Coalition Plenary Sessions and Workshops are Available
The guys over at the Gospel Coalition are working hard to make this years conference media available. They have finished editing all the Plenaries and most of the Workshops, which they have made available to anyone who would like to listen. You can download to your hearts content by clicking here. May I suggest you download Mohler’s, Keller’s, Bullmore’s, and Carson’s Plenaries, along with Mahaney’s and Newman’s workshops. I attended all of these and they were excellent.
Technology and the Brain
Al Mohler put out an article this week discussing the affects of the computer screen on our brain. You can read it by clicking here.
E Ink Concepts
I have been interested in E Ink lately, since it is the main supplier of e ink ereader screens. I don’t technically own an ereader, but I am very interested in the technology. Here are some concepts they have come up with lately. You can view them by clicking here.
FLYP – Life Underground
FLYP is an interesting magazine that only puts out digital editions. I found one article they did on the men who work underground. I thought it was interesting and wanted to share it with you. You can check it out by clicking here.