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Thursday, December 14, 2006

Obligatory Birthday Post

Several bloggers like to inform the world of their birthdays, so I guess I will too. Yesterday, Wednesday, December 13th, was my thirtieth birthday. One reason I let the world down by not announcing my birthday was that my oldest son, David, Had his tonsils and adenoids removed yesterday as well.

My gifts included volumes 1-3 of Reformed Dogmatics by Herman Bavinck, translated by John Vriend and edited by John Bolt.
I also received Ephesians: An Exegetical Commentary, by Harold W. Hoehner, and The IVP Bible Background Commentary on the Old Testament by John H. Walton, Victor H. Matthews, and Mark W. Chavalas.

In the way of other stuff I received two sets (SAE for general work around here and Metric in case I go to Canada) of Craftsman Ratchet Wrenches, and a gift card to Lifeway Stores.

Cool stuff! Thanks everybody!


pilgrim said...

Happy belated birthdsy.

How can I send a cake over the internet?

Anonymous said...

Happy birthday. When can we expect reviews on Bavinck?

Jonathan Moorhead said...

Happy B'day! You will love Bavinck and you can't beat Hoehner on Ephesians.

Anonymous said...

Thirty? Man, I feel old...

D.J. Cimino said...

Happy birthday old man! Sorry I didn't tell you sooner, but with Josiah being sick it slipped up on me. Hope you had a good birthday!

C.T. Lillies said...

Thirty? Man thats creeping up on geezer-hood isn't it? (Thirty sounds good to me but thats another story) It beats the alternative though, or does it?

pilgrim, don't try it. Birthday cake will seriously clog up most scanners.

"...the word of God is not bound."
--2 Timothy 2:9

Supraman said...


Welcome to the downward spiral... Actually, the thirties are not so bad. I just wanted to wish you a happy (and belated) birthday.

Grace and Peace,

Anonymous said...

Jeremy I want you to know that I feel really old now. Your exactly one year younger than my oldest child. Now if you don't mind I'm going to put on my shawl and get on with my dotage.

bluecollar said...

Happy belated birthday, Jeremy. I remember being 30 once, about 1987.

Rose~ said...

Well, I only have you beat by a decade. May you gain much wisdom over the next ten years. Happy Birthday, Jeremy!