Christian Resource Database

October 29, 2010

Greetings, those who happen to give my infrequently-updated blog a visit! One of my weekend projects was to upload my resources that I’ve composed over the years for others to access. Finally, the long-awaited moment has come! I introduce to you my simply-made website! Honestly, it’s more of a place to put my resources up rather than a full-fledged website. Perhaps one day it will become more, but it shall remain as it is for now. Enjoy!

To God Be the Glory

Oh, and if you encounter any bugs or errors, please send them my way and I’ll take care of them. Thanks!


Lukas VanDyke’s photography

October 5, 2010

I love this guy’s talent and innovative mind with his pictures. He shot tons of great pictures of my friends in the past. Check it out! Plus, you could win a free iPod nano.

http://www.lukasvandyke.com/?p=5400


Life and Work in WI

September 19, 2010

For my friends and relatives who ask how I’m doing in WI, here’s a brief snapshot of where I work and live. Sorry for having you wait weeks upon weeks, Ed!

And for those who would prefer not to watch a short clip, here are some pictures:

A view of our second campus. From left to right, you can see the following buildings: Juno, Isis, Heaven, and part of our first campus.

This is the building that I work in, Kohoutek, next to Juno.

Look at all the Arizona Green Tea!!! These are the free drinks in our cafeteria.

Me in my office. It's quite spacious, I must say.

The lower left corner of the building is my apartment. What is that you ask? Why is there a car so conspicuously parked in the foreground? Oh, that would be my 05 Acura TSX. Thanks, Mom and Dad!

A view of the dining room of my apartment. You can see the kitchen and entrance to the left, my room almost straight ahead, and the living room to the slight right. I love not paying rent in LA.


Coming Soon…

August 17, 2010

Living and Working in WI.

Stay tuned for media bonanza to update you on the thrilling life of Chois. He is currently studying for tests and cannot get to his camera at the moment.


Logos Bible Giveaway!

August 18, 2009

Logos Bible Software is celebrating the launch of their new online Bible by giving away 72 ultra-premium print Bibles at a rate of 12 per month for six months. The Bible giveaway is being held at Bible.Logos.com and you can get up to five different entries each month! After you enter, be sure to check out Logos and see how it can revolutionize your Bible study.


Logos Bible Giveaway!

July 20, 2009

Who wouldn’t try to get a free Bible?

Logos Bible Software is celebrating the launch of their new online Bible by giving away 72 ultra-premium print Bibles at a rate of 12 per month for six months. The Bible giveaway is being held at Bible.Logos.com and you can get up to five different entries each month! After you enter, be sure to check out Logos and see how it can revolutionize your Bible study.


If “free will” as people think of it does not exist, then…?

July 9, 2009

John Piper discusses concisely, Scripturally, and intellectually the issue of man’s free will in his recent blog post.  Assuming you understand his conclusion, I thought that this ending argument was profound and powerful:

One common objection is that, if we “cannot” do what is right, and “can only” do what is sin, then we are not acting voluntarily and cannot be praised or blamed.

Here is part of John Calvin’s answer to this objection:

The goodness of God is so connected with his Godhead that it is not more necessary to be God than to be good; whereas the devil, by his fall, was so estranged from goodness that he can do nothing but evil.

Should anyone give utterance to the profane jeer that little praise is due to God for a goodness to which he is forced, is it not obvious to every man to reply, “It is owing not to violent impulse, but to his boundless goodness, that he cannot do evil?”

Therefore, if the free will of God in doing good is not impeded, because he necessarily must do good; if the devil, who can do nothing but evil, nevertheless sins voluntarily; can it be said that man sins less voluntarily because he is under a necessity of sinning? (Institutes, II.3.5)

What an excellent illustration Calvin provides to answer such a frequent objection!


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