The Impassibility of God Podcast | Place for Truth
“This week on Theology on the Go the topic will be the impassibility of God.  This podcast is the third in a series focusing on the doctrine of the Trinity.  In light of the recent Trinitarian controversy, Theology on the Go believes that a series like this is an important service to the Church of our Lord Jesus Christ.  So, grab that cup of coffee and meet us at the table!”

Pray for the Police | Jarvis Williams, Reformed African American Network
“Christians, don’t follow the ways of the world during these national times of civil unrest and racial division. Always act in ways that are in step with the whole gospel of Jesus Christ when correcting injustice and working for justice for all people.”

The 5 Truths Stay-at-Home and Working Moms Can Agree On | Katelyn Beaty,
“If Christ has ‘made the two groups one and has destroyed the barrier, the dividing wall of hostility’ (Eph. 2), then surely he has united the breast-feeders and the bottle-feeders, the career professionals and the caretakers. So in the spirit of the unity that mothers already have in Christ, let’s remember what holds us together.”

Stop Trying to Make the Bible Relevant to Teenagers | Eric McKiddie, TGC
“So let us learn to wield this sword in such a way that our young people see it glimmer, hear it ring, and feel the healing that comes when it cuts. Then they will want to start swinging it, too.”

Trump: Tribune Of Poor White People | Rod Dreher, The American Conservative
Although it’s over-simplistic to trace Trump’s popularity solely to poor white people (there are many middle class people supporting him too), if you want to begin to understand Trump, you need to read this article.

Five Sources of Our Racial Shame | Kristin Tabb, Desiring God
“Whether our racism is directed toward whites, blacks, or other ethnicities, it flows from ignorance, apathy, fear, judgment, and self-righteousness.”

Doctors Live on the Brink of Death | Kathryn Butler, Desiring God
“The physician suicide rate is twice that of the general population. This is no surprise. Without Christ, the daily fodder of medicine crushes the heart. Medical training mandates practitioners witness sin in graphic detail, yet the textbooks, instruments, and decades of study offer no context for forgiveness. Joseph understood God’s will at work in the face of evil (Genesis 50:20); medical training demands its practitioners confront evil, yet heaves culpability upon them.”

7 Theological Issues Confronting the Local Church | Jason K. Allen, For The Church
“In the spirit of Luther, the church—and especially those who lead it—must continually ask itself, ‘where is the battle raging? Which truths are under assault? Against what attacks should Christians mobilize and engage?’ When considered in this light, seven theological challenges surface for the church to confront.”

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