Top 5 – June 16th

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CULTURE:
Dad Meets the Sexual Revolution

“A politically incorrect Father’s Day guide to sex, masculinity and daughters.” An article written by former White House speechwriter, William McGurn.

THEOLOGY:
Learn to Recognize an Idol Before It Rules Your Life

Lara d’Entremont gies a biblical backing to help us identify our idols. She hits home on understanding that all people worship something, and if it is not God, then it is an idol. For those of us that claim to not have idols, this is a good resource to reflect upon and check to see if we have idols in our lives.

APOLOGETICS:
Who Wrote the Gospel of Matthew?

Brian Chilton looks into discovering who wrote the gospel of Matthew.

RESOURCES:
8 Relationships You Can’t Live Without

Are you a leader in your church, ministry, workplace, or volunteer organization?  Here’s a list of 8 relationships that leaders can’t live without!

WORLDVIEW:
An Open Letter to Those Apathetic About Their Sanctification

“Human life—every choice, every thought, every word, every deed, and every attitude—really, truly matters.” David Powlison writes a letter to those who feel apathetic toward their faith. He addresses the common issues of the modern day worldview that nothing really matters, and the mild cynicism that comes along with it. Approaching from a biblically founded perspective, David hits upon the importance of understanding that everything matters, even to the littlest of acts, and the smallest of thoughts, God remembers them all.

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Jinhoo Bong

Currently, an uprising senior at the University of Richmond in Virginia. Majoring in Computer Science because I am a nerd (according to Kevin), but also because it was the only field of study that I found interesting since I believe it gives you a tool to create, limited only by your imagination. Grew up in the church, but really decided to claim my faith as my own during college, and nothing has been the same. Only by the undeserving gift of God's grace am I able to say that I am saved, and I am eternally thankful to Him. I can only hope to glorify God in all that I do.
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