Crossing the Finish Line
Most of you know I like to try to post daily here at P&P. However, I like many students at this point, am nearing the finish line for this semester at school and find myself staring at several deadlines in less than a week. At this point, I have a book review, two finals, and two papers (30-page paper on evangelical inclusivism and saving faith and a 10-page Greek exegetical paper) all due by this Thursday. Consequently, I do not know how much if at all I will have time to post this upcoming week. In the meantime, for those of you interested, James White and Tom Ascol have provided their presentation of Baptists and Calvinism on MP3 format, and I highly encourage you to download it. Also, I recently found out that Piper has responded to the "Piper is Bad" video that uses my photos of him at the T4G and DGM conferences. I am encouraged to hear that he enjoyed it and didn't find it irreverent or moxy as some have dubbed it. One more thing I thought I'd mention: Next month I will be working on a piece called "Blogging in a Pluralistic Culture" and would be interested on any feedback you could give me on the subject. My goal is to present a viable apologetic and approach to handling Christian truth in the blogosphere while dealing with the issue of religious and philosophical pluralism.