Weekend Reading: 9/22


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by John Ellis

The weekend has already descended, but that doesn’t mean that at some point over the next day and a half you won’t be longing for something interesting to read. And that’s the purpose of this post. Over the last week, I’ve compiled some of the most interesting and/or edifying posts and articles that I’ve read. Not all of them were published this past week, but I was first introduced to them this past week. Hopefully, you’ll be introduced to an article or two that you find interesting.

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Christians and Domestic Violence

It should be a no-brainer that Christians should lead the charge against domestic violence. Unfortunately, many professing Christians get more worked up over a football player taking the knee during the national anthem than they do over a football player who beats his wife. My latest PJ Media article is linked below.

https://pjmedia.com/faith/2016/10/20/christians-should-lead-the-charge-against-domestic-violence/

Benjamin Watson: Ferguson, Faith, and Race Relations

benjamin-watsons-book-under-our-skinOn the night of the Ferguson decision, NFL player Benjamin Watson wrote a long Facebook post giving voice to many of his frustrations, fears, and hope as an African-American. That Facebook post was so widely read and shared, that Watson was asked to write a book. He did. And it’s a book about race relations that I believe conservatives and Republicans should read. I read it; was blessed by it; was admonished by it; and wrote a review of it.

https://pjmedia.com/faith/2016/02/24/under-our-skin-nfl-player-benjamin-watson-on-football-ferguson-and-faith/