Beloved Covenant College professor, author, and family man, Dr. Kelly Kapic, joins us to talk number 2 pencils and the spirituality of college students. He shares some of his joys teaching at Covenant College, a small private Christian college atop Lookout Mountain, and also voices misconceptions of Christian college. There are some valid concerns Dr. Kapic has for today’s Christian college student yet many encouraging thoughts, too. So what hurdles does a Christian education pose to a students’ spirituality? What invaluable lessons about community and singleness can be gleaned from such a unique institution? And what’s this … the Mad Woman went to Covenant College - who ever let her out of the attic!?
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A good day in the studio.
Just not sure which. But maybe TGC gets both awards this week.
A trip to Belfast is a reminder of what changes... and what stays the same.
What’s significant about the complementarian model CBMW is promoting, and groups like Together for the Gospel, Acts 29, SGM and others have been operating under, is that it emphasizes male leadership, but not male listening; womanly submission, but not womanly speaking.
Poking fun for a purpose...
Where I go all social activist...
Shouldn't an important mark of healthy biblical complementarianism be that the women are listened to and given the decency of a direct response?
While the men are called to sanctified testosterone, women are called to soap bubbles submission?
Pursuing one flesh union through love and sacrifice.