Redeeming Sport?

By Calum Samuelson 10 Oct 2018

Sport is a distillation of the God-given impulse to play. With its tightly organised form and rules, it can become a world in its own—but it is also susceptible to corruption. How can we approach this complex topic from a biblical worldview?

This talk is based on Calum Samuelson's Cambridge Paper, available here.

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