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Slavery, Southern Baptists, Drunkenness, and Knowing God

January 3, 2012

 —–So are Southern Baptists to partially blame for Slavery?  Might not be confined to just democrats.  The political issue was not just a political issue, but a cultural issue…and a biblical issue? 

 —– From Christianaudio this month, you can get a free download of the inspiring and monumental work by J.I. Packer, Knowing God for free.  I highly recommend this work. 

 —– What if the next Billy Graham is drunk right now?  Interesting thoughts by the sometimes controversial, always adding perspective, and serious about the gospel, Russell Moore.  Check it out here.

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5 Comments
  1. I don’t know why, but EVERY time you link to something from your site, I get an error message when I click on it. Something about the way your blog interacts with stuff you hyper-link. But that’s probably not very helpful since I don’t know how you could go about fixing it.

    • Ran into the same problem. The monkey wrench is the fact that the “http” section of the link is missing a colon. Somehow when it’s being linked, the link reads “http//” instead of “http://”

      Us readers can access the link by manually adding the colon in.

      • Thank you faithful readers. I believe I fixed the problem. Yes, there was indeed an extra “http//: or whatever. Your acute observances are appreciated.

  2. SouthernBrit permalink

    looks like the links have an extra “http” in the url…how they get there, i’m not sure. But taking those out should do the trick.

  3. When you are creating a post in WordPress and click on the word Link, there’s already an http:// there.

    Be sure to completely overwrite it when you copy/paste the link.

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