Christianity, Sexual Morality and the Public Square

Jan 11, 2018 by

by Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch: There is a lot of confusion about issues of sexuality and ethics. Plenty of atheists and secularists seek to argue that things like chastity, abstinence, faithfulness in marriage, and so on, are just things Christians are into, and there is no other basis for...

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Meet the new pearl‑clutchers

Jan 6, 2018 by

by Patrick West, spiked: Today it’s the liberal-left who punish moral transgressors. In 2017, it was often remarked upon just how intolerant and censorious the liberal-left has become. How times have changed: 30 or 40 years ago, to be of the left was to challenge and lampoon authority, to dare to...

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8 ways our civilization has become a moral insane asylum

Dec 12, 2017 by

by Rev George Rutler, LifeSite: As a chaplain in a state mental hospital, I quickly learned two things. First, sometimes it was easy to mistake a psychiatrist for one of the patients. Second, and more importantly, the mentally ill can be highly intelligent. If one begins with an illogical premise,...

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Sow the Free Love Wind, Reap the Sexual Debasement Whirlwind

Dec 2, 2017 by

by Bruce Thornton, Frontpage Magazine: The explosion of sexual harassment and assault claims, some going back forty years, is the inevitable consequence of the sexual revolution. Long before Bill Clinton’s sordid sexual escapades led him to impeachment, our culture had normalized public sexual...

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‘Moral maze’ tackles marriage

Nov 30, 2017 by

This week the BBC Radio 4 programme The Moral Maze addressed the issue of marriage: is support for permanent marriage the most secure foundation for children and a stable basis for a good society, or should we get used to many varieties of household arrangements, not prioritise marriage in the tax...

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Christians are deemed ‘dangerous and offensive’ says Tim Farron

Nov 28, 2017 by

by Helena Horton, Telegraph: Former Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron, who resigned in July this year after a row over whether gay sex was sinful, is to say Christians are deemed “dangerous and offensive” by the public in a speech to a think tank. On Tuesday, Mr Farron is due to tell...

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