Sunday, April 25, 2010

Rounding the Bases

If you're a Johnny Cash lover (as I am), you'll enjoy Stephen Nichols' review of the last Cash album (at Ref21, of all places), American VI: Ain't No Grave. I've really enjoyed the album myself, and Nichols writes as someone who seems to get what has made so many of us appreciate the Man in Black.

The New York Times best-seller list has defeated Tim Challies. It was fun while it lasted.

Greg Stump is summarized Roger Olson's "post-conservative evangelical" approach to theology from his Reformed and Always Reforming. You ought to read part 1 first, but I especially appreciated part 2. You can tell that Greg went to great length to provide good summaries.

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