*Does anyone know when or if Michael Booth’s new solo album will be available?
*Don’t miss David Bruce Murray’s commentary on who we would nominate for what if southern gospel were a political party.
*Congratulations are in order for Steven Curtis Chapman and his wife. They became grandparents the other day!
*Here’s a great clip from the Christian radio program Wretched featuring Pyromaniac Phil Johnson as a call-in guest, dissecting James MacDonald’s ad for next year’s Elephant Room. As some of you may or may not be aware, MacDonald has invited T. D. Jakes to participate on the panel even though he is widely known as a modalist heretic. It’s an eye-opening discussion on the importance of removing ourselves from people who do not preach the same gospel. The Team Pyro guys are great. I feel accepted when I’m around them. I won Dan Phillips over with my (from memory) impression of the Joker’s “And I thought my jokes were bad” laugh over an article that deserved it, and the rest is history. Even though I got the exact syllables of the laugh totally wrong (I didn’t have nearly enough “ha-has”).
*Yesterday was Veterans’ Day. I thought about my next-door neighbor, who was a veteran of WWII and went home to be with the Lord just this fall. To the men who have served this country faithfully, thank you. Make it home.