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Part 2: Participation in sports must be informed by the knowledge of God

(7:30 Length)

Word definition: “Puritan” – A member of a group of English Protestants who in the 16th and 17th centuries advocated religious discipline along with simplification of the ceremonies and creeds of the Church of England.

‘Because he is—that is, infinitely glorious, good, wise, holy, powerful, righteous, self-subsisting, self-sufficient, all-sufficient Being, the fountain, cause, and author of life and being to all things, and of all that is good in every kind, the first cause, last end, and absolute sovereign Lord of all, the rest and all-satisfactory reward of all other beings—therefore he is to be adored and worshipped. Hence are we in our hearts, minds, and souls, to admire, adore, and love him. His praises are we to celebrate. In him we are to trust and fear, and so to resign ourselves and all our concerns unto his will and disposal to regard him with all the acts of our minds and persons, answerable to the holy properties and excellencies of his nature. This is to glorify him as God.”

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