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Friday, April 28, 2006 

Together for the Gospel
Topic: Theology, Events

As you've probably noticed, I haven't done much blogging lately. That's because I've been enjoying the Together for the Gospel Conference in Louisville, KY. I will post some of my notes as I get time (and Wi -fi spots). Until then, head over to challies.com for a complete run - down of all that has happened here at this wonderful conference.

Currently, I am sitting with J. Ligon Duncan, John Piper, Mark Dever, and Al Mohler as these four men discuss issues surrounding baptism, especially the late BBC proposal regarding membership and baptistic positions. Once the debate is over, Mohler and Piper are going at it right now, I'll post reflections on it.

I have a fourteen hour drive in front of me, so I'll post more later. Enjoy the weekend.

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