Today Joy and Summer talk Proverbs 28:26, why it’s foundational to the Christian worldview, and what movies catch them most in the feels.

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  1. Hannah Oliver

    I appreciate the joy and laughter! You are making heavy subjects light and non threatening with much boldness and honesty. So much grace and love radiating from you both! Praying for you ladies!

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  2. Adam Borsay

    To your point about people claiming that telling someone they are wrong is hateful and wrong…

    The irony is that those who claim that are often on the front lines of telling orthodox christians(in matters of sexual ethics and gender roles) are wrong. And not just wrong, they argue that it is literally “murderously” wrong. There are even some who claim their entire ministry is about “breaking the glass…ceiling”. AKA, loudly proclaiming that those who disagree with them are horrifically wrong.

    This reveals that they already assume that their position is correct, and that the traditional one is wrong. Therefore, they are actually justified in attacking it, and that it is wrong for the traditional perspective to attack their own. Without even establishing the parameters of deciding who is right, they have zoomed right past it by dealing with things from the position that they are unassailably correct.

    Now, don’t bother trying to find out at what point, and in what way, the issue has been settled in their favor, to question that would obviously to prove your pharisitical and patriarchal perspective, that obviously must be shouted out of the arena of ideas. And if you try to deal with that, you need to stop “mansplaining”…….

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  3. Kimberly

    Really appreciated this episode. It addressed several things that came up this week. I’m probably going to to re-listen again soon.

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  4. Anna

    You ladies are awesome! Bold, solid, and funny…. and just what this wife and homeschooling mom of 4 (ages 8, 6, 3, and 2) needs!
    Summer, your dad has been such a huge influence in our (my husband and I) lives and I’ve loved adding Sheologians to my list of ‘things to listen to’!

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  5. Debbie

    Why are you so sure that what you believe or how you interpret the Word is so closely aligned to truth that you are the one who should tell others that they are heretics?

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  6. Brandy

    I love the way the Lord works! My scripture for today is
    Proverbs 27:5-6
    Open rebuke is better than love carefully concealed. Faithful are the wounds from a friend, but the kisses of an enemy are deceitful.

    I think 2 Corinthians 10:1-6 is encouraging also. It’s a bit long to type out here.

    Anyway I usually say “I am sorry if I hurt your feelings I don’t intend to but what kind of person/friend would I be if I didn’t tell you the truth even if it hurts.” Although I am usually talking to my husband, friend or one of my children when I say that, I still feel the same when I am talking to a stranger though.

    Also I am a highly emotional woman (I know that’s a strange statement) but I fall into a category of “feelings are strong with that one Luke Skywalker”. They tried to tell me that I was bi-polar when I was a teenager. The Lord showed me that it was sin I dealt with i was focused on myself and my feelings instead of Him. Today I do not deal with those ups and downs unless I turn back my focus to myself or others it’s kind of a spiritual barometer which is nice. If I’m focused on me and what I want I’m highly emotional if I’m focused on Jesus I’m stable.

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  7. Gloria Sigountos

    I enjoyed this episode. I have one question thought, from this and in light of somethings said in you life facebook video would you say that someone who is not a five point calvinist is a heretic?

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  8. Brandy

    That’s actually a really good question Gloria. I’ve been wondering the same thing.

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  9. Rachelle C.

    Hey, I loved this podcast episode. Your stories about going to the temple and speaking with Mormons made me smile. I used to be Mormon myself, then God saved me and helped me see my heresy. Now I’m a ministry intern for an Acts 29 Church and getting ready to begin college at SBTS in the fall. And now I love beer and coffee, lol. But most importantly, I have a sound understanding of Scripture and security in my salvation. I didn’t have all that before.

    If you ever need any questions answered about how to talk to Mormons, feel free to shoot me an email. I would love to help you out. Thanks again for the excellent episode.

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