Monthly Archives: October 2010

London: Things Not Pertaining to Coffee

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London Coffee: Part 2

Day 2 in London I was joined by two good friends that I met in Istanbul, Chris and Jana, both of who now work in the UK. [Jana poses with her Flat White.] [Chris enjoys his cake] First stop: Tapped … Continue reading

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London Coffee: Part 1

London is easily a contender for the greatest city on earth. It was the first city to reach a million people since before the fall of Rome, has many of the most iconic landmarks and priceless artifacts on earth, and … Continue reading

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>London Calling

>I’ve been in London for the past two days visiting good friends, drinking fantastic coffee, seeing priceless artifacts/works of art, and seeing incredible places. (ordered in list of importance). There’s more words and pictures to be shared about the awesome … Continue reading

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>Cherokee Park

>“As I walk through the hills of Kentucky, the trees begin to turn red, and I think of you, the prettiest tree on the mountain.” -Ben Sollee

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>Sunergos

>The new location surpasses all my expectations. Great job guys.

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>Reading…

>is better with a good friend.

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In Memory

Henry Francis Lyte wrote the hymn “Abide With Me” as he was dying of tuberculosis. He passed away within 3 weeks of finishing it. My mother passed away early in the morning on Oct. 12. Over these last three difficult … Continue reading

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>Wright on the Prodigal Son

>“Years of scholarship have produced many commentaries on Luke, and many books on the parables. But none that I have been able to consult has noted the feature which seems to me most striking and obvious. Consider: here is a … Continue reading

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No One Holy Like the Lord

Dr. Peter Gentry’s recent faculty address “No One Holy, Like the Lord” at SBTS is a remarkable piece of biblical scholarship with enormous implications for how we read and teach the Bible. I’ve had to listen to it two times … Continue reading

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