Warp and Woof (8.31.2012)

This week in my little corner of the world:

Digital Afterlife – Almost everyone now has at least some presence on the internet (even my dad who barely knows how to turn a computer on is on Facebook and carrying an i-Phone)…but what happens to all this stuff when we die. I know this is not the most uplifting topic, but interesting nonetheless, especially if you have ever received a friend/follow request from some no longer with us.


Jesus and the Gospel – The Gospel Coalitions conference theme and this video discussion by D.A. Carson, Tim Keller, and John Piper have caused a stir in the realm of biblioblogs. See hereherehere for examples, but I think these 7 propositions by Michael Bird offers a nice summary and I agree with his opening line, “…reflecting on the issue (that I still cannot believe we are discussing), whether or not Jesus preached the gospel!”


And Haven’t We Felt Like This At Some Point – Sometimes the hardest thing to find is ourselves!


My undergraduate alma mater is #1 – Not sure exactly what this means, but think the list should have been called “The Places You Never Go Except to Go To School”!


In conclusion, it has been a big week in the Chambers’ household: youngest boy Nate turned 3 on Wednesday, wife turned “..” on Thursday, but the biggest event of the week has yet to happen 🙂 Have a good weekend, I know I will…college football is back!