Kids ask a lot of questions. A recent study states that "mothers are asked 228 questions a day". And that is just for one child. (My wife and I have 5 - sooo...) Parents get asked numerous questions a day.
While not all content is appropriate for all listeners, actually much of it may be seen as offensive, the reality of Rogan's demeanor is worth noting, especially for believers
While many Christians, churches, and even pastors may agree with this statement, what is meant by it varies greatly. More evangelistic people, churches, and pastors interpret that as "we must reach the lost, that is the mission of the church". More maturity focused people, churches and pastors may see that statement and read "we must make sure people know their doctrine, Bible, and how to defend their faith, that is the mission of the church". However, I think both of those are aspects of not the actual purpose of the church.
This is a sensitive, debated, and often very personal issue for many if not all of us. However, I don't believe that means we should not seek to think deeply about it. On the contrary, because of how personal and prevalent the issues of sex and gender are, I think it is something we must think deeply on. But as a Christian, I think that begins with understanding it theologically.
It seems like the vice of the day is entitlement. Other call it consumerism, but the underlying attitude and correlating actions are anything but pleasant. And that's the problem. Entitlement isn't just unpleasant for those around selfish people, it's actually unpleasant for the entitled person themselves. The entitled person cannot experience two critical things in life:
There was not an event in my life I could remember where he was not present. So my fathers perceived absence from my game was troubling. It really was his presence I craved and desired, regardless of how close or far away he was. This was especially true for my sports games.