The Saturday Post(s)

Saturday Post

Homosexuality in the Church. This is sure to be an excellent podcast series on a very important topic.

5 Insights Into Idolatry. Our middle school summer camp is on idolatry, so this caught my eye. “Most modern people don’t quite get the Bible’s obsession with idolatry. We think of idolatry as an ancient problem for backwards people who bowed down to statues, not a relevant one for sophisticated folks like us. But we aren’t beyond idolatry. We simply dress it up in different clothes.”

A Law Professor’s Three Predictions About the Future of Religious Liberty. I think I agree with this fellow. Justin Taylor’s preface is also spot on,  “The piece is very well-written, but be forewarned that it is not encouraging…”

Does the Doctrine of Hell Make God Unjust? A thoughtful piece on a topic many like to be fuzzy about.

The Drinking, Hook-Up, and Sexual Assault Culture of College Campuses. One good example of how our allowance for what we deem small indiscretions usually lead to major offense. “Without the “hook-up culture,” the “rape culture” would not have gotten its current foothold in our universities…”

5 Prayers for the Unsaved in Your Life. “There are people all around you who need Jesus. He wants to use you to reach them. Here are some of the specific ways you too can pray for people the in your life who need Christ…”

Bananas. This man has just become my favorite baseball player.

About Dana Dill

I am a happy slave to Jesus, thankful husband to Chawna, delighted daddy to Daisy Jane, Penny Lane, and Lottie Jo. I teach at Capo Valley Christian School & Biola University. I'm here on assignment (Acts 20:24).
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