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The result of posting a simple argument …. “atheism cannot provide a logical warrant for love of all humankind”
In our culture, it’s probably fair to say that discipline is not a highly valued characteristic. It seems so modernist, so dull and so cultish. However, when we read the Bible, self-discipline seems somewhat central to godly living –
- Self-discipline in training oneself to be godly: 1Timothy 4:7; Romans 13:14; 1 Corinthians 9:24-27; Col 3:12; 2 Timothy 1:7; Heb 5:14; 12:1
- Discipline in speech: Psalms 141:3; James 3:2-12
- Discipline in behaviour: Romans 14:20-21
- Physical discipline 1 Cor 9:27; Ephesians 4:22; Col 3:5; James 3:2
I gather Christian parents ought to be the first people to teach their children self-discipline. However, I have noticed that outside of families, who has the seemingly monopoly on teaching self-discipline to our kids? It seems to be our sporting clubs, and in particular, our martial arts clubs. I wonder why in my life time, churches have never held the mantle of “being the place where our kids learn self-discipline”?
Maybe they ought not be, but I wonder what it would be like if they were? And what would it look like?
A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of doing a tag-team teaching of Jude at SPCH. Together with our resident expert on Jude, Ali Robinson (currently mid-way through her phD in Jude), we worked our way through the letter. It was a blast to do and I’ve uploaded it for your listening pleasure!
Ali and Eric teaching Jude at 5pm
Ali and Eric teaching Jude at 7pm (with question time)