We have specifically not spent a lot of time discussing food on Sheologians before. Why? Because it is so divisive in so many circles, and because we hadn’t thought to ask Doug Wilson about it, yet! His book, Confessions of a Food Catholic, is a fabulous primer on how we should think through our meals together. Moms are often laden with food-guilt issues without even knowing it. We are concerned for our appearance, so we make food laws. Our nation is laden with sexual sin, so we find out righteousness in “locally sourced” foods that we turn into fertilizer in our backyards. But the Christian life isn’t about food righteousness, and the New Testament actually spends time speaking to this, so we should spend time thinking through it. Coming to the table of the Lord in peace with one another is a huge deal, and our bodies are supposed to be spent in service to the Lord. How do we balance all of these things? Pastor Doug Wilson shares some edifying Biblical wisdom on how not to be stuck in bondage to your next meal.
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