The Saturday Post(s)

Saturday PostA Theology of Singleness. “One of the things I think the gay-marriage debate has revealed is that many evangelicals do not have a robust theology of singleness.”

You Don’t Know Who Your Friends Are Until… Hmmmmm. Yes. “You don’t really know who your friends are until their relationship with you becomes a liability instead of a benefit.”

40 Questions for Christians Now Waving the Rainbow Flag. “If you consider yourself a Bible-believing Christian, a follower of Jesus whose chief aim is to glorify God and enjoy him forever, there are important questions I hope you will consider before picking up your flag and cheering on the sexual revolution.”

Baptism & a Theology on Children. Should we baptize our kids? If they are baptized, should we have them think they’re saved?

40 Questions Around the World Wide Web. Kevin DeYoung recently posted a piece titled, “40 Questions for Christians Now Waving the Rainbow Flag.” His piece was then countered by Matthew Vines (popular proponent of homosexual practice within Christianity) with his own, “40 Questions for Christians Who Oppose marriage Equality.” Then, Matthew Vine’s 40 questions were answered by Christian pastor/apologists Dr. James White here and Douglas Wilson here. I recommend you read them all and see how both sides approach the issue. It’s educational to say the least.

Building a Marriage: Pastors (Parents too!), Teach Your People. Three huge calls for Pastors everywhere to answer. Also, check out this part too: Building a Marriage: Fathers, Love Your Children.

You Will Be Persecuted with Words. “It isn’t right to say that Christians in the United States are free from persecution. We should be more precise: we are free from physical persecution.”

A Fresh Take on the Fresh Prince of Bell Air Theme Song. Oh goodness. This is goodness.

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About Dana Dill

I am a happy slave of Jesus Christ, a thankful husband to Chawna Dill, and the youth pastor of South Shores Church. I'm here on assignment (Acts 20:24).
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