On the Web and In My Head - 3.25.09

Things I'm finding interesting this week...

Tim Keller's The Centrality of the Gospel - superb!!! Give it a read and re-read...and then read it again!

"The Sin of Infant Baptism", written by a Sinning Baptist - very intersting article by Mark Dever. In a recent column over at 9 Marks, Mark Dever offered a list of things he can and cannot abide with in a church. Only three items fell into Dever's "can't abide with them" category: universalism, racism, and paedobaptism. Wow....universalism, racism, infant baptism -- really? Well, I think Mark Dever clears some things up in this article. No matter where you line up on the credobaptism and paeobaptism debate, it's worth reading and thinking about.

A Plea for Heart Devotions and Head Study - practical advice for normative Christian growth by John Piper.

For God so Loved the World - John Armstong ponders the simplicity and depth on the verse Martin Luther once labled, "the gospel in miniature."

The following TED demo -- from Pattie Maes' lab at MIT, spearheaded by Pranav Mistry -- was the buzz of TED. It's a wearable device with a projector that paves the way for profound interaction with our environment. Imagine "Minority Report" and then some.

Ron Paul On CNN American Morning:We're Missing The Point - Ron Paul explaining the idiocy of our corrupt congress.

Why the Universe Is the Way It Is - Dr. Hugh Ross and Steve Brown discussing Cosmos, Gospel, and Atheism.