Weekly Trifecta (July 24)

Once again, here are my three favorite articles from this week:

  1. G. Shane Morris, “There Are No Egalitarians When the Dog Attacks”Bridger Walker, a six-year-old Wyoming boy … knows better than many males my age what masculinity means. According to an Instagram post published by his aunt, Bridger leapt in front of a charging dog to save his 4-year-old sister … When his father asked him why he threw himself between the dog and his sister, Bridger reportedly answered, “If someone had to die, I thought it should be me.”
  2. Tilly Dillehay, “Food in a Time of Quarantine” This one comes from our very own Tilly Dillehay–and why not? It applies some of the lessons of her new book Broken Bread: How to Stop Using Food and Fear to Fill Spiritual Hunger to our eating habits during the current pandemic. 
  3. Kevin DeYoung, “Thinking Theologically About Racial Tensions: Sin and Guilt” May God keep Kevin DeYoung alive for many decades to come, so that he can continue to apply his keen theological sense and clear writing to issues like this. 
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