Down Yonder (3/3/09)

Hey, hey! Grab a glass of sweet tea to wash down a few links gathered from down yonder before the big conference.

Downright thoughtful
A surprisingly serious post over at RiffTrax: “Remembering Mr. Rogers.” It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood.

Down home thinking
Since when is “he” not the acceptable third-person pronoun in non-specific cases? Even Barack Obama used the pronoun “he” in this way in a recent speech, as John Piper points out while speaking about the translation choices of the TNIV.

Downright cold
Frank Turk comments on the decades-long “speed bump” to the global warming scare.

Down at the church
Dan Philips gives good reasons to include Bible reading as part of the worship service, and how to do it well. And no, he isn’t referring to the pastor’s reading of the passage about to be sermonized. I haven’t seen Bible reading in church before coming to California. My first experience (that I recall, no offense if I forgot somebody) was in the chapel service at the Master’s Seminary. It’s a good idea, and I’m glad my current church does it.

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