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Links for August 17, 2007

This made me laugh out loud a number of times. The comments are probably the funniest.
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Looks like a conference I would enjoy. Anyone want to sponsor me to go?
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Hypocrisy of “Radicals” | This is good and I have thought about it often.
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Tim Challies offers his own thoughts on hell, not surprisingly much different from my own.
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I’m currently reading Genesis by Laurence A Turner. It was recommended to us by a few professors from Regent and Tyndale. It costs us $120 to buy it off Amazon, and its only 200 pages. Must be out of print or something. It’s all to prepare us for our upcoming 10 month series on Genesis at theStory starting in September.
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When my Uncle Larry died, I got to take all the books I wanted from his library. Unfortunately he was an avid library user. Fortunately most of the books he did own were on religion and politics.
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Havard magazine takes a look at consumerism and our current economic situation. Good article describing a lot of what you might not know and putting into perspective how the world’s money works. It’s a long one though. (ht)
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I haven’t been able to get on Skype all day really, apparently its been down for most of the day and their stock has lost over a billion dollars.

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