Agonizomai: Celebrating Our 1,000th Post

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Celebrating Our 1,000th Post

Yes this is Agonizomai's 1,000th post (give or take one or two) since the blog first started. We're celebrating with the fireworks display. If you pay careful attention you can hear some of my Japanese listeners celebrating in the background. [/wink]


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Woohoo! Yippee!! Ooohhh,,, Ahhhhh... Fireworks in October, and i didn't have to sit on the frosty ground.

Congratulations, Tony- you have great perseverance. I know how much time and effort you take to make each post and recording. I wish every new Christian could hear these, so they could start out on a clear path, without getting involved in Arminian, legalistic , or emergent teachings, then taking years to get out from under them. I have learned a lot from your clear and well thought out posts, and I thank you for being here.

8:46 am  
Blogger agonizomai said...


Well thank you. I'll keep it up as long as I can - at least through the end of Hebrews, which starts on Friday 16th.



10:51 am  
Blogger Derek Ashton said...


It will take me at least 7 more years to reach this milestone, so you can slow down now. At the rate you post, I'll NEVER catch up!

Wow, what a blessing to have such an archive of theologically balanced and edifying material, much of it complete with audio recordings! With this we're armed against Arminian mistakes, equipped to battle emergent errors, and lined up to fight liberalism. We'll be anti-antinomian, we'll lay waste to legalism, and we'll make no overtures toward open theism. Best of all, by God's grace we'll stay focused on the antidote to all of these things: the glorious Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Your labors have provided a valuable resource. I pray that many will discover the treasures of your humble site.

Congrats on your 1000th blog post! Keep calling us to Christ for as long as you will. I hope you're nowhere near the finish line.


9:09 am  
Blogger agonizomai said...


Thank you for all the things you said. I keep looking over my shoulder for the person you're talking about. [/grin]

As to time, mine will most likely run out before yours - so there's lots of opportunity to catch up.

Keep discerning in Hebrews because I go to some places that test the edges of tradition and I need people like you to tell me when I step in one of those meadow muffins we talked about.



9:35 am  

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