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Oct 25, 2007

Frank Page Found It Irresistible, and I could not resist adding these links...

Frank Page, SBC President, surrendered to the inevitable and will be bringing a brief word of exhortation at the Calvinism Confab.

If you have not signed up, you are welcome-- even though none of us are worthy of this great lineup and tremendous value.

Click here-- you know you can't resist.

All conference attendees should arrive on Monday and persevere to the end on Wednesday. We don't want you to quit early.

But, just so you know, no one will be turned away... it is open to all who will register and then follow through with attendance.

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Posted:October 25, 2007 at 12:00 am

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