This could get ugly: Mark Dever makes comments about infant baptism....Michael Bird responds, calling his statements out of line. R. Scott Clark returns the favor; although saying not offended he says NOT practicing infant baptism is a sin. This has the potential to get really ugly because it calls into question the sincerity of Together for the Gospel. There are others that have responded as well. One of those responding is Rick Phillips. I think he helps us to see with clarity the real issue. Stay tuned. I also must mention that Dever has responded with a clarification.
There are more blog posts from Stetzer interviewing Andy Stanley on Communication. I will only link to part 5 you can do the rest of the work.
Another solid article from Finn and Reid on Calvinism and the SBC.
James McDonald writes a letter to a dying church.
Part 2 and Part 3 of CJ's interivew with David Powlison.
Timmy Brister offers 20 books that promote life-change. Can't believe he left off How People Change.
Last week I linked to the Time magazine article on The New Calvinism being #3 in new ideas changing the world. Thabiti is not nearly as optimistic as some. I should also mention that in a few places Driscoll got drilled for his take on the movement. But what else is new.
Trevin Wax offers advice on reading when you're broke.
John Piper tells us to Never Let the Gospel Get Smaller.
The new 9marks E-Journal is now online. JT summarizes it.
Dan Wallace corrects a common misunderstanding on textual variants. Pastors and those often involved with apologetics read this.
That will do for now....have to watch some March Madness.