Monday, March 10, 2014
My Youtube channel is about to hit a milestone: 600 uploads and 20 million views! I started to think back at all the videos that have been posted there since February 2007, and I realized that there are many people who arrived late and probably haven't seen many of the earlier videos. Because of that, I think it will be good to post one video a week for four weeks of some of the most well received videos on the channel. Thanks for the years of support and encouragement!
Posted by Lane Chaplin at 10:30:00 AM
Friday, January 17, 2014
I'm trying to expand my reading base. What are some of your favorite sites to visit? They don't have to be theologically based necessarily. Leave your top three in the comments below.
Here are mine:
1. Twitter News Feed (You might think, "huh?", but seriously, this has become my go to for news. Just follow the right people, and you will stay updated on current things happening around the world from Christianity to world affairs. It's usually faster at getting you the information than most news websites.)
2. Drudge Report (Most think this is a conservative website, but it is just a page of links. A lot of the time, they link to middle-left to far-left articles to keep you informed. It's a good mix of serious news and the off-the-wall stories you rarely hear about elsewhere. Overall, if you keep up with this page, you will keep up with current events regardless of your political ideology.)
3. Linus Tech Tips (Great video info on computer tech. Linus is incredibly knowledgeable. His other page, "Techquickie," gets honorable mention for a place to learn about technical computer issues in general in a very condensed way.)
What are yours?
Posted by Lane Chaplin at 9:06:00 AM
Monday, November 4, 2013
Each Sunday afternoon after the main service at Christ Reformed Church in Anaheim, our church has an afternoon service that focuses on The Three Forms of Unity.
Dr. Kim Riddlebarger has given me permission to post several of these afternoon sessions here in, what I am calling, "The Afternoon Catechism Series." These have currently been unavailable online.
This week's session deals with the question, "Does God Elect Based Upon Foreseen Faith?" Listen as Dr. Riddlebarger gets fairly deep with the various nuances encountered when answering this fundamental question about faith and election.
(Bit of trivia: This is the first original video posted on my Youtube channel since January 23, 2012.)
Posted by Lane Chaplin at 10:46:00 AM
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
I came across this today. It's about a year old, but it is still pretty good. It's a discussion of Calvinism between Roger Olsen and Michael Horton (different than the debate at Biola). If you don't want to suffer Ed Stetzer's monologue, skip to 15:25.
Posted by Lane Chaplin at 1:51:00 PM