("Disparate." You thought I was going to say "Dispensational," didn't you? Come on, admit it. You did, didn't you? Eh? Eh? Hahahaha... ahem. Well, anyway....)
- While I think British accents of virtually any shade are the coolest accents in the world, Scottish accents are the coolest of the cool. I wish I had either. Instead, I'm a Californian, and thus have no accent, whatever. But this guy sure does: hear James Frew reading off the Westminster Confession and the Shorter Catechism, in a great Scot accent! My only gripe is that it's all in little-bitty files, so you can't easily do a CD of it: you run out of tracks! (That same site links to some of his preaching. What I heard had great content, though the recording quality varied.)
- Hebrews 9 and 10 are two of the most stirring chapters in the Bible. See a dramatic performance/recitation of them by Ryan Ferguson (h-t Joe Fleener, who has a knack for finding very cool things).
- Do you have a compulsive need to control the order of your task bar buttons? I do. TaskArrange is your friend.
- In fact, you can find a lot of cool freeware here. I've used some, and love it.
- Is a Dell computer in your present, or near-future? They're great computers, but they come loaded with an awful lot of junk -- unnecessary programs, trial versions, and the like, nag-nag-nagging you every time you reboot. There is a very cool program that will help you. Now, even saying its name on Pyro will get you a warning, so don't. I'm serious. Don't blame me; I can't help what he called it. But you can find it here. You'll be glad you did. (It isn't limited to Dells, I believe.)
- You hear a lot about A. W. Tozer, but did you know you can still actually hear him? Hear here. (First impression: crusty old dude, i'n'e?) You can also hear such wildly varied (in doctrine and quality) speakers as Harry Ironside, Ray Comfort, D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Max Lucado, John Piper, Keith Green and Stephen King. Oh, wait -- Stephen Kaung. Don't know him. Anyway, discernment is needed. Now, I also see they've got Charles Spurgeon, and D. L. Moody, but I'm thinking they're not original recordings. You'll also find John Murray there, but unfortunately I've yet to locate very good-quality recordings of the professor.
- Though he dis me, yet I (for my part) continue to speak only well of him: James White expresses concern that this recording is incomplete, but still it is a good and informative example of brotherly debate concerning the meaning of baptism.
- And finally, appropos of absolutely nothing — WILHELM!
I may well make this an occasional feature, but that's it for now.