Morning Mashup 09/22


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Why Christian Parents Should Not Want Good, Happy, Safe Kids – David Prince: “‘I cannot believe that you would do that!’ That incredulous assertion is an all too familiar response from parents (including myself) who discover a child has sinned. But for Christian parents, such an assertion is anti-Christ because it constitutes speaking as if the gospel is not true.”

To Your Tents O Israel – Jason Allen, president of Midwestern Theological Seminary, reflects on former SBTS president Roy Honeycutt’s “Holy War” sermon.

6 Reasons Women Should Study Theology – Jen Thorn: “Ultimately it is impossible for any Christian to ignore theology (the study of God) and grow strong in the faith. It’s not that I believe we need fewer books on marriage and homemaking, but that we need more theology in and around everything we do.”

Daily Dose of Greek – An exciting and new resource from Dr. Robert Plummer to help with the study of biblical Greek.

Can I Ever Wear My Adrian Peterson Jersey Again? – Garrett Kell shares two lessons he has learned from the recent “nastiness” in the NFL. Much wisdom here.

Are We Using the Word ‘Brokenness’ Biblically? – We often speak of suffering and sin in terms of brokenness. Here are four reflections on whether or not our usage is biblical.

Hal Mumme: Godfather of College Football – “Talk all you want about the gridiron genius of Nick Saban, Gus Malzahn or Chip Kelly. But it’s Hal Mumme who brought you the game you’re watching today.”

The Stories Behind 10 Johnny Cash Songs – Very interesting post about the stories behind the songs.

And whatever needs nothing outside of itself, and is renowned and revered–wouldn’t we agree that it is most full of joy, too? –Boethius

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