Archive | 2006

New Year’s Eve

New beginnings are a good time to recommit to foundational practices; therefore, for the New Year I take up the resolution of Jonathan Edwards: 28. Resolved, To study the Scriptures so steadily, constantly, and frequently, as that I may find, and plainly perceive, myself to grow in the knowledge of the same.

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Preaching 50 Great Bible Chapters

At the end of November, Wayne over at ekklesia asked what 50 Chapters in the Bible I would preach if I only had one year left to preach and could only focus on one chapter each week… okay, he didn’t put it quite like that. Since I blogged that I had started my list and […]

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Creationism: A Big Mistake?

Richard Dawkins, author of _The God Delusion_, highlights the magnitude of the difference between creationism and evolutionism in this article Comment is free: Big mistake bq.. First, the age of the Earth. McIntosh thinks, on biblical authority alone, that it is less than 10,000 years. We establishment fuddyduddies think, using mutually corroborating evidence from many […]

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Faces of the World

To promote the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering, the Southern Baptists have produced this sobering 1-minute video. It is a powerful reminder of how far we still have to go to reach the world with the gospel. But I can’t help wondering how far $150 million will go… (HT: The M Blog)

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New oil and gas hunt off San Fernando

Petro-Canada expects to spend US $450,000 a day for six months to drill six wells in the Gulf of Paria with the hope of finding natural gas and crude oil. Read the rest of the Trinidad Express article.

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"Will Anyone Want the Baton I Am Passing?"

Over at MondayMorningInsight.com, they recently posted an interesting article, “MondayMorningInsight.com > Will Anyone Want the Baton I Am Passing?“. While in Canada this year, I began to wonder what would happen to so many of the churches we had contact with. Where would the pastors come from? Bible colleges and seminaries seem to be preparing […]

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Good software

Software piracy is a way of life here in Trinidad (like it is in many parts of the world I suspect). What many people don’t know is that there are options that are better than commercial software… and they are free and open source. For one list check The Simple Dollar � 30 Essential Pieces […]

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How Canadian are You?

I found these “How Canadian are You?” quizzes the other day. At first I was concerned that I had been away from Canada too long. My score on How Canadian are You? was … bq.. You are 83% Hoser, Eh? You are an average hoser, who manages to retain a sense of his or her […]

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Domain switch over

The day has come to fully embrace www.bahula.ca. Please check us out there at www.bahula.ca for bahula-blog and at www.bahula.ca/tim/ for Miscellanies. Be sure to update your bookmarks!

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How to make your own blank Bible

Today I came across The Shepherd’s Scrapbook site. What got me there was a link to the DIY: Blank Bible. This series of posts details the necessary steps to make a “Jonathan Edwards”-like blank Bible. That is, how to cut and rebind a Bible with blank pages interwoven for note taking just like Jonathan Edwards […]

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