The Saturday Post(s)

Saturday Post

What Happens When the Attorney General Sues a 70 Old for Her Beliefs. The actions of the AG is sickening and infuriating. The response of the woman is amazing. “If you haven’t been following Barronelle Stutzman’s case in Washington State, you need to be. She is the florist being sued by the state attorney general for refusing to participate in a gay wedding. The attorney general is trying to compel her to ignore her Christian faith and to participate in gay weddings. If she refuses, he is threatening the full coercive power of the state to force her to do it. She stands to lose everything—her home, her savings, her business, her livelihood—if she does not comply.”

A Study of Hebrews. The very intelligent and gospel-centered men at the White Horse Inn podcast take on the book of Hebrews. This is not to be missed.

How Can the Church Embrace Members Who Struggle With Same-Sex Attraction. An increasingly important question for the church to answer in such a time as this. “A lot of wisdom from Sam Allberry, Rosaria Butterfield, Jackie Hill-Perry, and Christopher Yuan, hosted by Radical…”

Your Dog is Not a Human. Stop Treating Them Like One. Some dog experts/lovers talk about how treating your dog like a human is bad for your dog. I gladly add that it’s silly and embarrassing too, but that was for free.

Reading as Parenting. “When we think about parenting, the word “books” probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. But reading to our children is a fundamental aspect of parenting little people, though we rarely talk about it in the context of raising children.”

23 Things That Love Is. Some goodies from the Mustache Man: “Here’s a gospel-centered reminder about how to love. But, you don’t have to be romantically in love to find this list practical. Every healthy relationship requires love and sacrifice, so if you’re a parent, child, sibling, neighbor, pastor, or co-worker, this list is for you.”

The Early Church & the Deity of Christ. Lots of folks will say the idea of Jesus being God is a later development in Christianity that really got traction because of Constantine and his hooligans (circa 325AD). However, here is a great list of quotes from early church fathers (churchmen who lived from 50AD-280AD) about their firm belief in the Deity of Jesus Christ.

Three Truths for the Tired Mama. I am have an increasing affection for mothers and admiration for the hard, thankless, and selfless work they give themselves to. Here is a little encouragement for the tired mamas out there. Please don’t stop. Your work is indispensable.

Will You Go Out With Me? Part Two of a helpful and concise series on dating. This piece focuses on how to think about and work out a break up. See part one here.

If All the Bible Translations Had a Dinner Party. Some seminary-like, dorky fun.

Why Ya’ll Need to Stop Telling Me to Stop Drinking Coffee. Boom.

About Dana Dill

I'm a Christian, husband, daddy, pastor, professor, and hope to be a friend to pilgrims on their way home.
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1 Response to The Saturday Post(s)

  1. Dawn says:

    I think of the verse about hating evil, and clinging to what is good. Thanks for sharing this.

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