Every once in a while, a conservative evangelical pastor will speak publicly about whether Christians should or should not participate in certain practices, read certain books, watch certain movies or which spouse should stay at home with the kids (if any).
And when these comments hit the masses, they cause quite a stir.
For some, their statements result in really positive discussion of how we are to approach (especially) popular culture and family dynamics in a biblical fashion.
But almost without fail, when these issues come up (the recent stir about Albert Mohler’s comments on yoga is a good example), it leads to another reaction—someone breaks out the F word:
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