Episode 9 of The Gospel Friends
What’s On Tap?
Game: Batman or Shakespeare
The Main Event
Reasonable Faith with William Lane Craig, Chase
The Happy Rant, Nick
5 Minutes in Church History with Stephen Nichols, David
Can you worship your family?
It is possible to worship your family, at the expense of our call to the church and the gospel? How do we raise our kids, love our wives, pastor our homes and NOT make family an idol?http://thegospelcoalition.org/blogs/kevindeyoung/2014/07/24/7-signs-we-are-worshipping-the-family/
Westboro at the Disco or Kickstart the Word
Middle-Class Clergy or Shades of Parenting
Where’s My Hymnal?
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Shout out to Jeremiah Martin: @jeremiahdmartin Yes, I’m currently enrolled pursuing an M.Div in Chaplaincy. By the way, I love the podcast!
Lamar: I think super-powered and other epic heroes provide children opportunities to exercise their imagination and, by playing the good guy, reinforce what we teach about being good. I also think boys who throw a hammer or a shield, among others characters, in their play have good role models to emulate but 1, is hero-play just for boys? 2 considering Nick’s comments on comic and movie depictions of women, are there any good heroes for girls to play as? and 3 do any of them appear in movies you can watch with your family? Thanks!
Fail of the Week: Takin’ care of business… in a minute or two or three…