Archive for December, 2010

And more great gift ideas

Whoa, sales galore here! Athanasius Press is having a “Twelve Days of Christmas” Sale. Here’s the skinny:

We’re offering big savings across the board on titles like “Christ and His Rivals” by Doug Wilson. Save up to 66% off the cover price on several items now through January 6th.

If you’re thinking, “Hey now, that’s a great deal!” Then you are thinking right.


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Christmas gift

Hey, AA Media is giving a pretty nice gift to you this Christmas — 50% off all MP3s. . . . til Wednesday.

You can get some great stuff from Rich Lusk, Peter Leithart, Jim Jordan, John Barach, and lots of others.

Go git it here. Just be sure to apply this discount code before checkout: SN84ULC3

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Ok, in our continual effort to keep you up to date on current events, here’s the latest from the camp of Harold Camping:

“WE CAN KNOW from the Bible alone that the date of the rapture of believers will take place on May 21, 2011 and that God will destroy this world on October 21, 2011.”

Right. But since Jesus has said that “NO MAN knows the day or the hour” of the end, here’s what WE CAN REALLY KNOW: The rapture WILL NOT take place on May 21, 2011 AND the world WILL NOT be destroyed on October 21, 2011.

So, here’s my offer to all the followers of Harold Camping: I’ll buy from you (at .0001 on the dollar) all houses, lands, new (or “like new”) electronics, 2011 Alabama football tickets, luxury cars (if they’re in mint condition), all extremely valuable paintings, jewelry, and antiques — along with an option on anything else that you own — I’ll even agree not to take possession of anything until May 22, 2011, to allow you full usage of your stuff until Rapture Day. Some deal, huh?

So, whaddaya say, boys? You can’t lose on this. Do you really believe WE CAN KNOW or not? Lookin’ forward to hearing from y’all.

[and if I get no offers, I’m telling Harold that he’s being followed by a bunch of hypocrites]

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Happy punch-a-heretic day

The really nice painting above depicts one of the great events in the history of the Church. St. Nicholas bishop of Myra was present at the council of Nicea and couldn’t restrain himself after hearing Arius spout his heresies regarding the person of Christ . . . so he punched him.

Nice job Nick.

And happy St. Nicholas Day to you!

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