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Super Bowl Theology: How Americans See God's Role in the Big Game
Surveys suggest Christians believe much more prosperity gospel than Calvinism is at play.
Meet the Christian Doctor Who Changed How We Play Football
Bennet Omalu, played by Will Smith in the new film 'Concussion,' says it's time to ban children from playing high-contact sports.
Concussion
Hollywood tries to turn a clash between science and a powerful institution into an immigrant doctor's "such a time as this."
Tedashii: How I Went from Called-Out Chump to Christian Rapper
And all because a stranger got in my face to explain the gospel.
What We Can Learn from the NFL’s Domestic Violence Problem
Like NFL wife Dorothy Newton, many victims of abuse suffer in silence.
First Female Coach Enters the ‘Man’s World’ of the NFL
Welcome to the big leagues, Jen Welter.
Morning Roundup 2/4/15
Church in Trouble; Hipster Churches; Football Chaplain
Blessed Are the Super Bowl Stars?
Like Russell Wilson, most believe God rewards faithful athletes.
Morning Roundup 1/27/15
Church or Football?; Objections in Evangelism; Christian Author on Her Cancer
In a TV World, NFL Is King
So what will Christians do about it?
Morning Roundup 1/8/15
Church Attendance and Football; What's Liberal Theology?; Child Molester's Son Shines Light
Which Churchgoers Would Skip Sunday Service to Watch Football
LifeWay finds less than 1 in 4 men would trade weekly worship.
Bless This Tackle? Not a Prayer
Christians’ misguided fight for football devotions isn’t working.
Morning Roundup 9/16/14
Leading Alongside Men; Seminary and Mental Health; Jerry Jones
Exposing Abuse: A guest post by Emily Ellis
God gave men strength to defend women, not attack them.
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Can People of Color Really Make Themselves at Home?
Can People of Color Really Make Themselves at Home?
There's a big difference between being a guest in a largely white organization and being able to "move the furniture."
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