Workman’s Toolbox – 30/12/2006December 30, 2006
Only two days till this blog goes out daily. I don’t know whether to laugh or cry! For an explanation of Unashamed Workman’s format, click here.
Our Saturday feature, Workman’s Toolbox, is already up and running however. Here, I simply direct you to anything of interest to preachers around the blogs. If you have any suggestions for future weeks, do feel free to drop me a note: email@example.com.
*An interesting article by Tim Bayly about “pulpit presence” (HT: Expository Thoughts)
*Bob Kauflin with yet another thoughtful post – this time about the importance of “evaluation” and how to accept constructive criticism.
*Find here a link that lets you hear the whole of the OT in Hebrew. (HT: Justin Taylor)
*Piper has finished Romans! This last sermon is a cracker.
* Tony Reinke over at Shepherd’s Scrapbook will be focusing on John Calvin for the next five months.
* John MacArthur has a stimulating three part series on “What doctrines are fundamental?” Parts one, two and three.
* The folks over at New Attitude explain “humble orthodoxy” in their own words.
* Tim Challies writes a typically balanced post, reflecting on today’s execution of Sadaam Hussein.
* Listen to Alistair McGrath’s excellent lecture: Is God a Delusion? Atheism and the Meaning of Life
* The ESV blog has two new bible reading plans for 2007
* Pastor Steve Weaver is writing his ThM on one of the lesser known particular Baptists, Hercules Collins. Read Steve’s introduction to Hercules’ life.
* Blogotional has an interesting post on “The ecclesiastical ladder of success.” (HT: Adrian Warnock)
* John Piper puts many of us husbands to shame again, with a beutifully written birthday note.