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06

Tim Challies is at it again–

Right now he is “LiveBlogging” the Shepherd’s Conference at Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California, and from what I have read so far he has already gotten some really good teaching.

I encourage all to read his blog and learn. There are so many good and edifiying biblically based blogs out there to read. Some, like Faith and Practice are basically like reading tough sermons (though they are a little shorter) and some, like Tim’s or The Team Pyro Blog are a little easier to swallow though they have their moments too (and over my head some times)

Have a Good Day!

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  1. 1 Travis White
    March 4, 2006 at 1:38 am

    You might also really like and benefit from this blog, Eric:

    http://triablogue.blogspot.com/

    It’s written by a team of very knowledgable and very intelligent Reformed folks who are extremely adept at apologetics against atheists and non-Calvinists.

    Additionally, several (maybe the majority) of them are Reformed Baptists! 🙂 I thought you’d like that.


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