David Westerfield

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Paul on Union with Christ – Sinclair Ferguson (Vimeo)

Sinclair Ferguson – Paul on Union With Christ (Main Session – Video) from Parkside Church on Vimeo.

2AM, Late Night MTV, Circa 1995 (Video)

What MTV used to be like in 1995 at 2AM, after a night of… well, partying (in my former, rebellious¬†days of course). The film, entitled Westworld,¬†is slightly disturbing war footage with Aphex Twin and Stakker music overlaid. As a piece of video/music art of sorts, without words, it captures the darkness of 20th century warfare during the Cold War in Asia:

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Christian Personalism – Anthony Bradley

This is an important lecture from Anthony Bradley on Christian Personalism, especially in light of the election and Christian engagement with the same.

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Boards of Canada – Fan Videos

These are some of the best fan videos I’ve found of Boards of Canada songs. Enjoy:

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Greg Koukl: The Myth of Non-Moral Legislation

On the myth that morality can’t be legislated. This is all I will say about the decisions today:

“Aristotle said, ‘Law rests upon the necessary foundation of morality.’ Therefore, if your law does not reflect a moral rationale, then your law is an illicit law. Some people say you cannot legislate morality. If Aristotle is right, then morality is the only thing you can legislate. If power is simply used to secure the benefits of a select few rather than the common good, this is an illicit use of law.”

http://old.westerfunk.net/archives/theology/President%20Speech%20-%20Greg%20Koukl/
http://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/12pdf/12-307_g2bh.pdf

Moral Relativism: Feet Firmly Planted in Midair from Veritas [3] on Vimeo.

New Boards of Canada: Tomorrow’s Harvest – Reach for the Dead

Peter Schiff is (Hopefully Not) Right, Again

The Deliciousness of Jello: Marcus Borg and “What I’m Trying to Say is…”

“I would say, as a Christian and as a historian: the stories of Easter are really true, even though I’m skeptical myself that the tomb was empty, even though I’m skeptical myself that anything happened to the corpse of Jesus. I would say the stories of Easter are really true even though they may not be literally true.” – Marcus Borg

This jello is laced with poison and can’t be nailed to the wall. Go ahead, try.

To counter, Albert Mohler:

Ron Paul’s Final Speech on the Floor of Congress

Always Refreshing to Hear Again and Again … What is the Gospel? – Michael Horton

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