Quick Hits for May 5, 2006
I used to do "Random Stuff for the Week of" every Friday, but since the new year I have changed a bit and added POTW (pic of the week). However, every so often I would like to mention a few things that have interested me and point you to them, so I thought I'd do that today. So here are my Quick Hits for today, May 5, 2006. * Mike Hess came out with a great new blog called Extreme Fundamental Makeover. The site was designed by none other than Challies, and the template is clean and easy to navigate (unlike mine!). Morever, Mike continues to put great stuff out there, so I encourage you to check it out! * Earlier this week, Kenan Plunk shared with us that Heartcry Missionary Society (Paul Washer) has relocated to his home church, First Baptist Church, Muscle Shoals where Jeff Noblit is the senior pastor. This church is less than one hour from my hometown, and I am excited to see the partnership that has been fostered there through the gospel! * Yesterday, John Divito pointed out on his blog a post on Emergent's blog about having an anti-doctrinal statement. If that post isn't enough, you have to check out this one about Emergent pastors and marriage. I plan on writing about this soon. Unbelievable. * Paul Martin, whom I had the privilege to get to know last week, has an excellent blog called Examining Emergent where he has been sharing his reseach on the movement. Be sure to check out his series of posts called "Where Emergent Goes Bad." * Since the startup of Strange BaptistFire, more folks are curious to know who the guys are who are behind BaptistFire's website. One reader took it upon himself to do a little investigating. To read his findings, go here and here. Man, I didn't know you could do stuff like that! * Dr. Mohler announced at the Band of Bloggers meeting last week that he has a new blog coming out called Conventional Wisdom wherein he will be writing about issues specifically pertaining to the SBC. Daniel Randle has written about this new development, and you can find his article here. * Finally, as the semester is coming to a close, I will have a little more breathing room to post more pictures and write a little more. Today, I have already added some images from the T4G Conference and will continue to do so in the upcoming days. You can find the images here or here.