July 18, 2012

Worship wars; we’ve are all veterans. Here is a very interesting piece about why we love the music we love. It helps explain why both young and old feel so strongly about the music they love. Turns out …

Hearing familiar, favorite music stimulates the release of dopamine, the neurotransmitter involved in pleasure and addiction, providing the same rush as eating chocolate or that winning does for a compulsive gambler.

Here are 40 things girls should know about guys. Most of them are pretty much right on.

Some of the best Christian literature was written in the more distant past. Here is a listing of a number of free ebooks. If you’ve never read any of the Puritans, I encourage you to read some of Thomas Watson’s stuff. It is amazingly easy to read and very helpful. Also, “The Constantine Codex” is free today for Kindle and Nook. Looks like another Christian “DaVinci Code” type book.

This post is about historical theology. Many of us loosely see ourselves as Reformed. My theology is Reformed in a baptistic sense. Some classically Reformed dudes would say that that is oxymoronic. There are two streams of Reformed Theology. One from Scotland and one from the Netherlands. Justin Holcomb tracks down the two streams discussing their similarities and differences.

Don’t miss this video by Voddie Baucham. I appreciate what he says about what the gospel is and what that means as to its delivery.


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