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Book Meme

From Faith and Theology comes yet another book meme:—

1. One book that changed your life:
The Gospel according to St. John

2. One book that you’ve read more than once:
John Calvin, Institutes of the Christian Religion

3. One book you’d want on a desert island:
John Wiseman, The SAS Survival Handbook

4. One book that made you laugh:
Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

5. One book that made you cry:
Gail Riplinger, New Age Bible Versions: An Exhaustive Documentation of the Message, Men & Manuscripts Moving Mankind to the Antichrist’s One World Religion (I laughed so much that I cried)

6. One book that you wish had been written:
St. Paul, My Life and Thought

7. One book that you wish had never been written:
The Scofield Reference Bible

8. One book you’re currently reading:
Douglas Kellner, Baudrillard: A Critical Reader

9. One book you’ve been meaning to read:
Robert Jenson, Systematic Theology

10. Now tag five people:
The good folks at the Boar’s Head Tavern (a lot more than five, I know)
Dennis
Barb
Paul
Scott

Thanks for these. For #7 many people (including myself) put Left Behind, so I particularly liked how you went back to the source.

Oh, and for #6, I actually had exactly the same thing written down, but then decided to drop it - trying to be content with the Bible we have…

Somehow I missed Riplinger on my first read through of your post. If we ever meet in person I can tell you a story . . .

[...] Although Alastair tagged us with this book meme last Wednesday, http://alastair.adversaria.co.uk/?p=280

, I do not believe that anyone has taken him up yet.  My answers are pretty lame, but perhaps this will be a diversion from the question of whether God is big enough to decide how he wants to be addressed. [...]

[...] A few weeks back I completed Ben Myers‘ book meme. Kevin Stilley has now posted some analysis of the results of the meme on his blog. [HT: Ben Myers] [...]

[...] The term meme had been around for a while. Before the viral videos and other circulated pieces on the internet it used to refer to ways to do things, jokes, tunes and phrases that traveled from person to person. Now with the internet, the meme phenomenon could turn something completely unknown into a huge hit with incredible speed. Alastair quickly wrote down his answers and tagged 5 people. Among them were Barbara Harvey who lived in Dayton, Ohio. The meme was now on it’s third continent, with just three generations in the chain. Barbara went to a church that played scarry music already on their website, maybe in an attempt to keep down attendance, but hopefully just as a strategy to focus on only one generation. It was sort of working. One of the people she decided to tag was Steven Wedgeworth, from Clinton, Mississippi. [...]

Gail Riplinger books, videos & audio’s contains multiple errors, lies, the majority of which are the gross misquoting of other people. In particular, a large portion of the misquoting is of the Bible, B.F. Wescott and F.J.A. Hort. See her divorces and marriages info.

The New Bible Translations are more correct than the old ones and just about everything Gail Riplinger says in her books, videos and audio’s is a Lie. Please Don’t be deceived by Gail Riplinger. Gail is slamming God’s Holy Word in the new translations. For further info on Gail Riplinger please see:

http://www.avpublications.org



Thanks for these. For #7 many people (including myself) put Left Behind, so I particularly liked how you went back to the source.

Oh, and for #6, I actually had exactly the same thing written down, but then decided to drop it - trying to be content with the Bible we have…

on 07.27.06 7:31 am

Somehow I missed Riplinger on my first read through of your post. If we ever meet in person I can tell you a story . . .

[...] Although Alastair tagged us with this book meme last Wednesday, http://alastair.adversaria.co.uk/?p=280, I do not believe that anyone has taken him up yet.  My answers are pretty lame, but perhaps this will be a diversion from the question of whether God is big enough to decide how he wants to be addressed. [...]

[...] A few weeks back I completed Ben Myers‘ book meme. Kevin Stilley has now posted some analysis of the results of the meme on his blog. [HT: Ben Myers] [...]

[...] The term meme had been around for a while. Before the viral videos and other circulated pieces on the internet it used to refer to ways to do things, jokes, tunes and phrases that traveled from person to person. Now with the internet, the meme phenomenon could turn something completely unknown into a huge hit with incredible speed. Alastair quickly wrote down his answers and tagged 5 people. Among them were Barbara Harvey who lived in Dayton, Ohio. The meme was now on it’s third continent, with just three generations in the chain. Barbara went to a church that played scarry music already on their website, maybe in an attempt to keep down attendance, but hopefully just as a strategy to focus on only one generation. It was sort of working. One of the people she decided to tag was Steven Wedgeworth, from Clinton, Mississippi. [...]

Gail Riplinger books, videos & audio’s contains multiple errors, lies, the majority of which are the gross misquoting of other people. In particular, a large portion of the misquoting is of the Bible, B.F. Wescott and F.J.A. Hort. See her divorces and marriages info.

The New Bible Translations are more correct than the old ones and just about everything Gail Riplinger says in her books, videos and audio’s is a Lie. Please Don’t be deceived by Gail Riplinger. Gail is slamming God’s Holy Word in the new translations. For further info on Gail Riplinger please see:

http://www.avpublications.org





Book Meme

From Faith and Theology comes yet another book meme:—

1. One book that changed your life:
The Gospel according to St. John

2. One book that you’ve read more than once:
John Calvin, Institutes of the Christian Religion

3. One book you’d want on a desert island:
John Wiseman, The SAS Survival Handbook

4. One book that made you laugh:
Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

5. One book that made you cry:
Gail Riplinger, New Age Bible Versions: An Exhaustive Documentation of the Message, Men & Manuscripts Moving Mankind to the Antichrist’s One World Religion (I laughed so much that I cried)

6. One book that you wish had been written:
St. Paul, My Life and Thought

7. One book that you wish had never been written:
The Scofield Reference Bible

8. One book you’re currently reading:
Douglas Kellner, Baudrillard: A Critical Reader

9. One book you’ve been meaning to read:
Robert Jenson, Systematic Theology

10. Now tag five people:
The good folks at the Boar’s Head Tavern (a lot more than five, I know)
Dennis
Barb
Paul
Scott

Thanks for these. For #7 many people (including myself) put Left Behind, so I particularly liked how you went back to the source.

Oh, and for #6, I actually had exactly the same thing written down, but then decided to drop it - trying to be content with the Bible we have…

Somehow I missed Riplinger on my first read through of your post. If we ever meet in person I can tell you a story . . .

[...] Although Alastair tagged us with this book meme last Wednesday, http://alastair.adversaria.co.uk/?p=280, I do not believe that anyone has taken him up yet.  My answers are pretty lame, but perhaps this will be a diversion from the question of whether God is big enough to decide how he wants to be addressed. [...]

[...] A few weeks back I completed Ben Myers‘ book meme. Kevin Stilley has now posted some analysis of the results of the meme on his blog. [HT: Ben Myers] [...]

[...] The term meme had been around for a while. Before the viral videos and other circulated pieces on the internet it used to refer to ways to do things, jokes, tunes and phrases that traveled from person to person. Now with the internet, the meme phenomenon could turn something completely unknown into a huge hit with incredible speed. Alastair quickly wrote down his answers and tagged 5 people. Among them were Barbara Harvey who lived in Dayton, Ohio. The meme was now on it’s third continent, with just three generations in the chain. Barbara went to a church that played scarry music already on their website, maybe in an attempt to keep down attendance, but hopefully just as a strategy to focus on only one generation. It was sort of working. One of the people she decided to tag was Steven Wedgeworth, from Clinton, Mississippi. [...]

Gail Riplinger books, videos & audio’s contains multiple errors, lies, the majority of which are the gross misquoting of other people. In particular, a large portion of the misquoting is of the Bible, B.F. Wescott and F.J.A. Hort. See her divorces and marriages info.

The New Bible Translations are more correct than the old ones and just about everything Gail Riplinger says in her books, videos and audio’s is a Lie. Please Don’t be deceived by Gail Riplinger. Gail is slamming God’s Holy Word in the new translations. For further info on Gail Riplinger please see:

http://www.avpublications.org



Thanks for these. For #7 many people (including myself) put Left Behind, so I particularly liked how you went back to the source.

Oh, and for #6, I actually had exactly the same thing written down, but then decided to drop it - trying to be content with the Bible we have…

Somehow I missed Riplinger on my first read through of your post. If we ever meet in person I can tell you a story . . .

[...] Although Alastair tagged us with this book meme last Wednesday, http://alastair.adversaria.co.uk/?p=280, I do not believe that anyone has taken him up yet.  My answers are pretty lame, but perhaps this will be a diversion from the question of whether God is big enough to decide how he wants to be addressed. [...]

[...] A few weeks back I completed Ben Myers‘ book meme. Kevin Stilley has now posted some analysis of the results of the meme on his blog. [HT: Ben Myers] [...]

[...] The term meme had been around for a while. Before the viral videos and other circulated pieces on the internet it used to refer to ways to do things, jokes, tunes and phrases that traveled from person to person. Now with the internet, the meme phenomenon could turn something completely unknown into a huge hit with incredible speed. Alastair quickly wrote down his answers and tagged 5 people. Among them were Barbara Harvey who lived in Dayton, Ohio. The meme was now on it’s third continent, with just three generations in the chain. Barbara went to a church that played scarry music already on their website, maybe in an attempt to keep down attendance, but hopefully just as a strategy to focus on only one generation. It was sort of working. One of the people she decided to tag was Steven Wedgeworth, from Clinton, Mississippi. [...]

Gail Riplinger books, videos & audio’s contains multiple errors, lies, the majority of which are the gross misquoting of other people. In particular, a large portion of the misquoting is of the Bible, B.F. Wescott and F.J.A. Hort. See her divorces and marriages info.

The New Bible Translations are more correct than the old ones and just about everything Gail Riplinger says in her books, videos and audio’s is a Lie. Please Don’t be deceived by Gail Riplinger. Gail is slamming God’s Holy Word in the new translations. For further info on Gail Riplinger please see:

http://www.avpublications.org