Part Two – Ben Houltberg discusses how to support athletes to cope with the range of emotional experiences.
Part One – Ashley Null gives his insights to how Athletes should enjoy the talent they have received.
Part Two – Ashley Null gives his insights to how Athletes should enjoy the talent they have received.
Part Three – Ashley Null gives his insights to how Athletes should enjoy the talent they have received.
By: Greg S. Smith, M.DIV., Lpc Sports Theology: Playing Inside Out, proposes that the highest level of athletic or personal performance is achieved by utilizing our God-given gifts. Although it is true that athletes can benefit from psychological and physical techniques, athletic potential is grounded in the original athleticism they are given by God. God…
Sport is extremely popular. This ground-breaking book explains why. It shows that sport has everything to do with our deepest identity. It is where we resonate with the most-basic nature of reality. Purchase A Brief Theology of Sport here.
By: Robert Ellis In The Games People Play, Robert Ellis constructs a theology around the global cultural phenomenon of modern sport, paying particular attention to its British and American manifestations. Using historical narrative and social analysis to enter the debate on sport as religion, Ellis shows that modern sport may be said to have taken…
Should we allow performance-enhancing substances in competitive athletics? The first book of its kind, Well Played answers this question by urging us to a deeper appreciation for the purpose of sport. Giving special reference to performance-enhancing substances, Shafer challenges the incompleteness of the ethical arguments and contributes a Christian voice to the discussion. He initiates…
By: John Ashley Null Hardcover, 2004 Purchase here.
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