S3 E4: Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad Questions?

There are some things it is simple too taboo, too awkward, or too embarassing to talk about. And yet… in every question, there is a promise tucked away. Kris reflects on Malachi 3:1-4, and the prophets who are willing to help us look for the promises of God, even in our big, scary questions.

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2 thoughts on “S3 E4: Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad Questions?

  1. I ponder how different my life would be if, ages 0 to 16, every Sunday I had heard how God gave her only begotten daughter to save me – and, how baby boys were being killed in China because baby girls were so more highly valued – and how different men’s lives would be. For instance, Would I feel entitled and would they feel like second class citizens?

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    1. It’s an interesting idea to play with! Men in our culture have a lot of unpacking to do, just like women. The sexism that permeates our culture is a burden for everyone, men, women, and people who find it difficult to fit into those categories, too. Thanks for your questions!

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