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Monday, November 06, 2006 

Manic Monday
Topic: Bio

Reading: Preaching as Sacrament: Preaching in the Theology and Ministry of H. Hoestra and R. B. Kuiper
Enjoying: warm weather
Listening: White Horse Inn

I took the following quiz to determine which member of the T4G group I am. To be honest, I'm a bit disappointed, even though the conference greatly boosted my esteem for Dr. Mohler. I guess I just always saw myself in a more "R.C.-light" if you know what I mean...

You scored as Al Mohler. You're Al Mohler. Hey! Book Boy! Look at me when I'm talking to you -- or are you too good for a quizfarm test? Put that ShorterWorks of John Murray down and listen to me!!!

Al Mohler


John Piper


Lig Duncan


Mark Dever


C.J. Mahaney


Tim Challies


R.C. Sproul


Bishop Spong


Which "Together For the Gospel" guy are you?
created with

(HT: mh)

[Al Mohler] | [quiz]


hey brian...who is the author and publisher of the book you are reading, "Preaching as Sacrament: Preaching in the Theology and Ministry of H. Hoestra and R. B. Kuiper?"

i can't find it on amazon...


hey brian...i can't find "Preaching as Sacrament: Preaching in the Theology and Ministry of H. Hoestra and R. B. Kuiper" on amazon...any help as to author, publisher...?

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