We kickoff with a look at the health-related controversies that have swirled around the NFL. We then ask for an official review from Christian thinkers past and present. Finally, we send up a Hail Mary that encourages followers of Jesus to think about their sports
In this edition of A Public Witness we slide into the cultural battle sparked by the World Series to highlight how this moment provides both Christians and our larger society a chance to reckon with an ugly past.
Olympic dreams inspire countless millions to pursue goals they’ll never achieve. Here’s why that’s a good thing.
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The myth of what the Olympics is all about falls short of what actually transpires at the games. At a time when sports are becoming a new religion, Christians need to reflect on what these very human competitions reveal.
March Madness ends tonight with the ultimate church league showdown. The game features teams from Baylor University, the world’s largest Baptist university, and Gonzaga University, one of the nation’s 28 Jesuit Catholic schools, dueling it out for the NCAA title in a climactic ecclesial clash.
College football is a religion at many schools—but for the reigning national champs, religion is a religion. Clemson coach Dabo Swinney has made Christianity the foundation of his program.