Meme

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    Instructions:
1.    Grab the nearest book.
2.    Open it to page 161.
3.    Find the fifth full sentence.
4.    Post the text of the sentence along with these instructions.
5.    Don’t search around and look for the coolest book you can find. Do what’s actually next to you.
My result:

“Just prior to and during his retirement, Wilberforce was castigated in verse by Lord Byron.”  Hero for Humanity: A Biography of William Wilberforce by Kevin Belmont

If you are interested post your results in the comments section.

al sends

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18 Responses to “Meme”

  1. davidbryant Says:

    “As far as holy things are concerned, Israel is chosen, and is not only blessed above all nations, but stands among all nations, isolated.” Lectures on Calvinism by Abraham Kuyper.

  2. scotlandishdrma Says:

    “As if this account didn’t already suffer from an overdose of amoral individuals.” Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer

  3. ubergoober Says:

    “Or, put another way, knowing and doing are interactive modes of response to the nature of God and the actions of God that arise from His nature and will–actions such as His bringing creation into being and His actions to reconcile the cosmos to Himself in Christ.” Science & Grace by Tim Morris and Don Petcher.

  4. dramaticfiddler Says:

    “Is this not mere professional jealousy?” The Little Nugget by P G Woodhouse

  5. dontholdyourbreath Says:

    “Dazed with fear and weakness, he was back in the Grass Ocean.” –speaking of Atreyu in The Neverending Story, an excellent book.

    Um . . . does that make me a total lightweight????

  6. thanker212 Says:

    “In the life of King Saul, pride leads to anger, which leads to envy, which leads to attempted murder.”

    Not the Way It’s Supposed to Be – A Breviary of Sin by Cornelius Plantiga, Jr.

    Fun post…

  7. Al Says:

    DHYB,

    Not a “total” lightweight 🙂 – We need good fiction

    al sends

  8. Al Says:

    Thanks Thanker… I saw it somewhere in my surfing. We will have to do it again.

    Al sends

  9. ubergoober Says:

    (For what it’s worth…the Plantinga book is an excellent read!)

  10. momstout Says:

    “Beat until smooth and fluffy.”
    Farm Journal’s Country Cookbook

  11. Al Says:

    Ladies and gentlemen….

    My wife the cook.

    al sends

  12. edwardanoland Says:

    “The Karenins. The Princess was characterizing Karenin.” Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy.

    Now, I realize that’s two sentences, but “The Karenins” just didn’t make as much sense without the significant sentence that follows. Besides, the whole thing was in quotes.

  13. Al Says:

    Well, since it is one of my favorite Nolands I will let it slide.

    al sends

  14. trob Says:

    “He commanded the Corinthians to remove from their fellowship a man guilty of gross sexual immorality (I Cor. 5:1-7).” John MacArthur’s commentary on Acts.

    Yes… MacArthur is still one of my favorite commentators! Calvin edges him out, … but, MacArthur is hard to beat… “I don’t care who you are!”

  15. Al Says:

    Hmmm… I like J Mac! I really appreciate his humility when dealing with those who disagree with him. Saw it first hand at a Ligonier conference.

    al sends

  16. bennelson Says:

    However, database schemas will change occasionally, requiring changes to check constraints.

    Step by Step Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Programming – Rebecca M. Riordan

    That is very deep

  17. Al Says:

    Ben,
    You are a product of your enviroment 🙂

    al sends

  18. scotlandishdrma Says:

    ” ‘Make your point Mr. . . . ?’ ” Black by Ted Dekker

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