Around the Horn (December 7)

What Expository Preaching Is Not – H.B. Charles

What is expository preaching? Often times, it’s helpful to define something by talking about what it is not. H.B. Charles wrote a great post on what expository preaching is not by shooting down 15 myths about expository preaching.

He, She, Ze, Zir? Navigating pronouns while loving your transgender neighbor – Andrew Walker

What do you do when your transgender neighbor or co-worker asks you to use a specific pronoun when referring to them? Andrew Walker provides some very helpful and wise advice on navigating these uncharted waters of our current cultural climate.

The Christian Baker’s Unanswered Legal Argument: Why the Strongest Objections Fail – Sherif Girgis

You’ve likely heard of the recent Supreme Court case involving Masterpiece Cakeshop and it’s owner, Jack Phillips. Mr. Phillips is in court because he politely declined to create a custom wedding cake for a same-sex couple. Sherif Girgis helpfully explains what’s at stake in this case and whether or not Mr. Phillips has a strong case.

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