Thursday, May 06, 2010


Here is my first TEDtalk, using the TEDtalk generator:

"(Laughter.) Thank you very much. You know, you don't diverge from the path et cetera, et cetera. That's why I think the way to true happiness also means keeping your back straight et cetera, et cetera. But most importantly, you need the brain to recognize the exact way it's supposed to think et cetera, et cetera. It is like French phrases such as "et cetera, et cetera". But I should be more specific when referring to a milky weak coffee making you jittery et cetera, et cetera. So I thought maybe a mirror will not get something bad fixed et cetera, et cetera. It's therefore much better to create a choice to consciously solve a problem. To illustrate my point, I'll give you a very dramatic example of a patient who came in bored but all of a sudden this intense need for creativity made him feel alive again. I could use this data to gain insight, but not make decisions."


Please take a moment to visit this new, free resource center for Church Planting Movements. This is your home for CPM-related free booklets, the latest training materials, PowerPoints, in-depth case studies, profiles, and thought-provoking articles. Here's a book by Dr. Garrison (click on image for more inforamation):


This "holy man" Claims to Have Lived Without Food and Water for 70 Years. That's just creepy.

Tim Challies on "How To Pray Badly."

The 9Marks e-journal is out. Subject: Deacons and Elders

Dr. Larson shares his thoughts, "Islamic Radicals: How Not To Respond."

And finally, Puritan Lad at Covenant Theology has posted some Atheistic "Amens."

Westminster Bookstore

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