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John Owen Resources and other Stuff from Around the Web

Logos software has the complete works of John Owen (the seventeen volume set) on CD.  Click here: The Works of John Owen (17 Vols.)   They also have Owen's seven-volume commentary on Hebrews. Click here: An Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews, by John Owen (7 Vols.)

Ain't paganism grand?  Click here: - Religious Man Eaten After Trying to Receive Blessing From Crocodile - International News | News of t

I have an idea . . .  Lets have two Christian rock concerts on the same night, just a few miles apart, and then we'll see what happens . . .  Its not pretty.  Click here: Religion Rocks: Booking Acts Almost A Holy War

This is amazing.  Here is what Michael Jackson would have looked like at age 50 without the freak-show facial reconstruction.  Click here: As he turns 50, is this what Michael Jackson should really look like? | Mail Onli

Reader Comments (6)

He would have looked like a normal guy. Now, he looks like E.T.

Doug Krikorian, the fine sports columnist of the Long Beach Press Telegram, says that he can always tell right away if a person has had plastic surgery.

One certainly would develop a fine talent as this, if you live in Los Angeles.
September 2, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterLloyd
Why is it that "Christian rock" has so few good musicians and worse, so few good musical compositions?
The only prominent christian musician I can mention in the same breath as Deep Purple and Rush is Phil Keaggy and thats it.

Phil Keaggy is a master on the guitar, and has a great singing voice as well. He definitely ranks on my top 5 guitar players of all time list.

Some of his great songs are posted on You Tube, including classics 'Time' and 'Royal Commandment'. Check them out if you get a chance.
September 3, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterJames Paul
Don't count out Glen Kaiser of Rez Band. They were a great Christian rock group. Today though we have Jars of Clay which are great live. I well say that I agree with you that Phil Keaggy's older Albums he played as one of the top guitarist.

What a shame that Michael Jackson has given up on life it seems. He sure has had a rough life as a kid.

25 people jumped into Crocodile infested waters? What are they crazy? I wouldn’t even get near the waters say hundreds of miles from them. You can’y play with wild animals and expect them to act tame.

what a crok.
September 3, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterTiminator
I agree with Timinator -- that Jars of Clay is a good Rock 'n Roll band. Any band that gets air time on 95 1/2 KLOS in Los Angeles, is at least a credible rock group.

However, most of the rest of the Christian rockers, would lead one to believe that Luther died too soon. (Before he could have had the two kingdoms in music - church and non-church music, and the keeping of Christian Rock bands from embarrassing themselves.)
September 3, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterLloyd
My vote for Phil Keaggy too! Saw him live in Kansas and he made the whole show. He was with Sarah Groves and Michael Card. Speaking of a 'Michael', what a pathetic ending for him. See why our Lord says you'll love one and hate the other!!?!! The picture you had there was amazing. I saw Jars of Clay in person at Ames Ia. and they stunk, but that was because Michael W. Smith had the BEST audio set up. If your audio dept. is weak......... They must have 'improved' over the years:)
September 4, 2008 | Unregistered Commenterplw
I think the crocodile and the Michael Jackson stories should have been next to each other. For some reason this quote from the crocodile story seems like it could have been in the Michael Jackson bit as well., ""This is a very unusual incident. Normally, the crocodiles are very friendly and do not harm people."
September 5, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterChris Sherman

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