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2015

Dordt University

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Are You Mad(Ness)?, Ross Douma Mar 2015

Are You Mad(Ness)?, Ross Douma

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"The lure and fascination of athletics in our culture stems largely from the unpredictable outcome and untamed responses of the participants. As we tune in over the course of the next several weeks and stare intently at our television sets rooting for the Davids of the college basketball world, we might be better served to have a mirror nearby to ensure we are reflecting the glory of the Lord."

Posting about March Madness, players, and fans from In All Things - an online hub committed to the claim that the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ has implications for the ...


Supporting Football: The Physical Damage Of The Game, Greg Youngblood Jan 2015

Supporting Football: The Physical Damage Of The Game, Greg Youngblood

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"How ethical it is to support football since it is a sport that 'wreaks devastation on brains and condemns many players to diminished brain functioning, premature dementia, and the like.' ... Instead of asking if supporting football is moral or not I believe we should be asking ourselves as players, coaches, and fans how can we use the gifts, talents and abilities God has given us to create a culture in sports where we demonstrate the spirit of God and work for his glory."

Posting about the morality of supporting football as well as ethics in football from a Christian perspective ...