Becoming un-offendable

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Soccer is not as safe as you’d think

Dr. Bill expanded upon a new study which finds that the ever-more-popular sport of soccer is not as safe as one might expect. From CNN:

Researchers looked at the number and cause of concussions reported among soccer players at a sampling of 100 high schools across the U.S. between 2005 and 2014. They calculated that there were 627 concussions among girls and 442 among boys. Most of them were caused by physical contact with another player rather than “heading,” or hitting the ball off the head.

Soccer is not as safe as you’d think

Becoming un-offendable

Along the lines of sports growing in popularity, it seems like “being offended” is becoming the next great American pastime. But according to author and radio personality Brant Hansen, Christians, of all people, have absolutely no right or reason to be in a perpetual state of offendedness. Hansen says this is because the root of being offended is a spirit of anger — and Christians often misunderstand the true meaning and nature of anger.

To help challenge the Church’s thinking on anger and “righteous anger”, Hansen has written  , and he joined Dr. Bill Maier Live! to talk more about the book:

Highlight: anger — not what you think it means

You can hear the full show at the top of this post.

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