The Week-est Link, October 3, 2008

The Week-est Link, October 3, 2008 October 3, 2008

1. Mark Driscoll interviews excellent Christian rap artist LeCrae, who has recorded a song based on a John Piper book.  And you thought I was kidding. (HT: JT)

2. The CBMW blog, Gender Blog, has just published my three-part series on a blueprint for manhood.  The blog is currently not loading, but here’s the link if you’re looking for the series

3. One week until “The Politics of Jesus” conference kicks off in Durham, NC at First Baptist Church.  I am pumped to go there and live-blog it.  If you haven’t checked out the podcast interviews with the various speakers (including the brilliant young theologian Greg Thornbury), do so now.

4. The audio of the just-held Desiring God conference is online.  Timmy Brister provides the list.  I’ve heard that Ferguson, Tripp, and Driscoll gave great talks and that Piper’s Sunday morning sermon was tremendous.

5. I’m going to publicize this next week, but please note that the Henry Center of TEDS is sponsoring a debate between Wayne Grudem + Bruce Ware v. Tom Mcall + Keith Yandell on questions of roles in the Trinity.  If you are in the Deerfield/Chicago area, it will be held on next Thursday, October 9 at 7pm in the TEDS chapel.  It should be a tremendous debate, and it is drawing media coverage, including Christianity Today.

-Have a great weekend, all.

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