In a stunning twist of irony, The Gospel Coalition blog has all of the Together for the Gospel sessions posted online, while the T4G site does not. And you thought the two did not interface. It’s great that they do.
I don’t know why, but CJ Mahaney’s session is not up. I thought it was exceptional, and that it tied the whole conference together. You had Mohler and Sproul doing high-level worldview thinking, Dever and others working out of their pastor-theologian mindset, and CJ–the heart of the conference–tying it all together for the vast majority of attendees, the faithful pastors of countless churches across the world.
Denny Burk links to CT’s coverage of the recent “coming out” of musician Jennifer Knapp, one of the first Christian musicians I heard who made beautiful music and sang meaningful lyrics. I’m deeply saddened by this news.
You’ve heard about Dr. Oz, but you don’t know much about him. Here’s your source for information. I met a driver who had once taken him to the airport. She said he was on his phone the whole time. There–now you know something completely extraneous about the man.
If you have not introduced yourself to the wonder that is Andrew Belle’s music, please do so. I dare you to find a better recent song than “The Ladder”. You can’t do it. That song will stand playing ten times in a row. Trust me.
(Photo of CJ Mahaney at T4G 2010: Devin Maddox–more pictures here)