03 June 2005

BlogSpotting




17 comments:

Tim Challies said...

Mr Johnson is posting quite a bit for a person, who just a few days ago, wrote, "I'll be trying to post at least 2-3 times a week, most weeks. Don't expect me to be one of those every-day bloggers. I have a real job on the side."

Rand said...

LOL...

I think we all start out with that attitude... then before you know it... we're like "crack" addicts.

ROFL

mxu said...

Hey,

On a sidenote, could you fix your color scheme? After I click on a link and come back I no longer know if it's a link or not and I need to run my mouse back and forth to find which ones are links.

Matthew said...

Thanks for the links, good stuff.

jared said...

Heh.

Just to reiterate a point I made in my post, I thought the "meat" of your Quick and Dirty Calvinism post was good and true.

James Spurgeon said...

Phil, I've been trying to think of something I disagree with you on enough to start a war about. Maybe it will come to me soon.
Radical distinction between Israel and the Church maybe?

;)

centuri0n said...

Man. I can't even get a beating around here and Challies gets like 3 mentions this week.

I would say it must be justice, but I know I deserve at least a beating.

Phil Johnson said...

How's that, Frank?

centuri0n said...

oh, that is exactly right.

Pastor Johnson: you have made my week. Perhaps my whole blog career. I will cherish this blog entry and savor it for ... um ...

... is "blogstipation" a good thing? Perhaps I got my beating after all ...

=D

johnMark said...

Frank,

We are friends and I would say I agree that you deserve atleast a beating, but since we are friends I won't say it. Besides, we know others who deserve one moreso. ;-)

Congrats on making the Pyro-list. Maybe that will motivate me to keep up a bit better on my blog. I did say "maybe"!

Mark

Efrayim said...

A radical distinction between the church and Israel? How about this: scripture records the description of the Almighty in His relationship to His people as, "the Elohim of Yisrael". Also,"the Elohim of Avraham, Yitzchak and Ya'acov(or Israel)". I've yet to come across any description along the lines of,"the Elohim of Christianity".
While some may wonder where Israel is, the people not the property currently called by that name, perhaps a better question might be "Who Is Israel?". The correct and truthful answer to that question would probably define the distinction between the "church" and Israel quite nicely.

Luthersrose said...

Phil:

Have you thought of some alternative songs for background music when bloggers log in? "Come on Baby Light My Fire" (Jose Feliciano); "Fire" (the Ohio Players); "Fire and Rain" (James Taylor); "Pass It On" (Kurt Kaiser); "Fire" (Pointer Sisters); "Light Your Candle" (K.T.); "Burn Baby Burn" (Disco something); "Candle in the Wind" (Elton John); or my favorite, "You Light Up My Life" (Debbie Boone). That song can bring a tear to a glass eye... Just a thought.

Congratulations on PyroManiac..it's really great!

Phil Johnson said...

Since my tastes run to classical, I'd be more likely to go for "The Firebird," by Igor Stravinsky, Handel's "Music for the Royal Fireworks," or Beethoven's "Prometheus" overture.

Mike said...

Phil:

Congratulations on this dubious honor! And you did it in record time, not having to beg and wait months like some of us.

I look forward to more good reads.

TulipGirl said...

And I'm swoooooning. . .

Witsius said...

Tulip Girl - does your repeated use of "I'm swoooooning. . ." refer to Outdoor Elvis, by chance?
Just Curious.

TulipGirl said...

Tulip Girl - does your repeated use of "I'm swoooooning. . ." refer to Outdoor Elvis, by chance?

Nahhh. . . I'm just coming out as a Phil Johnson fan. (And I don't use that term lightly.)

Though I like the Eddies. *grin*