Josh drops some big news on this ep! Dutch Bros also converse about Disney stars/Gossip Girl, Limited Atonement (s/o TULIP fam), Josh shares some things from a book on Marriage by Timmy K.
I’m running out of title ideas… Topics within this ep: Preacher’s Sneakers, anxiety in Christian culture, Introverts in mega churches, infant baptism, & we love R.C. Sproul
So it’s basically a long discussion of modern worship v. traditional worship?
If you don’t like these topics, blame yourself because you requested them. Bernie Sanders, Predestination, Private Colleges, Scientology, Toxic Masculinity, and other rants.
Back @ it. Christian dating culture, reformed or a club?, Timmy K in the NYT, why do we take modern art seriously, and we develop a marketing strategy for the podcast.
Recorded in South Bend, IN… chats on religion in our culture + is liking hip hop cultural appropriation?
We are graced by the presence of our Dutch Father on this episode of Dutch Brothers Muse… also, how do you pronounce Bill Maher’s name?
“Well, dear friends, you know that some men can do to the glory of God what to other men would be sin. And notwithstanding what brother Pentecost has said, I intend to smoke a good cigar to the glory of God before I go to bed to-night.”
Charles Haddon Spurgeon
“…reckless breeding,’ ‘spawning… human beings who never should have been born.” – Margaret Sanger (founder of Planned Parenthood)
Even hearing the name Planned Parenthood immediately brings a flood of thoughts to nearly all individuals’ minds. To some, Planned Parenthood is merely somewhere that offers free birth control and access to a woman’s right to abortion. For others, this title may be far more than that. Some may see what Planned Parenthood is doing as not merely questionable, but downright evil. Here, I will simply present the ugly history of this institution, its founder, and finally demonstrate how the original, twisted mission is still thriving today.
John Hopkins University states that if NGOs were a country, they would “have the fifth largest economy in the world.” This being said, it is clear that nonprofits and NGOs have a clear, real influence and effect in Haiti. From the immediate response to crisis, it extends prolonged existence within hundreds of countries, these organizations have countless effects, for better or for ill. Immediate effects of NGOs are overwhelmingly positive, but the long-term effects lead to dependence upon said organizations as well as the perpetuation of poverty in the country of Haiti.