“Christian singleness epidemic” – but why?

Oct 7, 2014 by

By Andrew Symes: Last week I attended an afternoon conference about relationships and marriage which represents the ‘moderate and acceptable’ face of the evangelical scene on this issue which is dividing our churches and our culture. We heard about a problem and some potential solutions; we all went away having learned a few new stats and networked a bit, but it was all very uncontroversial, with no recognition of the ‘elephants in the room’. Annabel Clarke,  co-chair of the newly formed...

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Incest and Pornography: More Similar Than We Think

Sep 15, 2014 by

By Christopher O Tollefsen, Public Discourse: Although we uphold the cultural taboo on incest, we accept something with precisely the same negative effect on integrity, marriage, and family: pornography. Although they have been common throughout history, prohibitions against incest (sexual relations between blood relatives) have become increasingly difficult to understand and defend. In part, this is a result of a misunderstanding. We often think that the primary reason to ban incest is to...

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Porn use can lead to divorce: study

Jun 10, 2014 by

By Catherine Briggs, LifeSite News: The use of pornography in marriage can lead to a higher chance of divorce, a new study has found. Analyzing data from the General Social Survey,  the researchers found that porn users are more open to marital infidelity, the leading cause of divorce in the United States. They  published their findings in the April issue of Psychology of Popular Media Culture. The General Social Survey asked 551 married couples whether or not they had viewed a pornographic...

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Two boys aged FIVE quizzed over allegations they raped other children

May 31, 2014 by

By Adrian Shaw, Daily Mirror: Two five-year-old boys have been questioned by police over allegations they raped other children, it was revealed today. The boys and their parents were quizzed by officers from Thames Valley police but no action could be taken because they were considered to be too young to know the difference between right and wrong. The youngsters were among more than 200 children who have been investigated by police nationwide for sex offences from 2011-2013. A six-year-old...

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‘The Porn Pandemic’: Documentary shows porn’s ‘devastating effects on children, family and society’...

May 22, 2014 by

By Dustin Siggins, LifeSite News: What do half-a-dozen major sex crimes in America have in common? According to a new documentary by Family Watch International (FWI), they often start with pornography. Launched at the first End Exploitation summit last week, which was primarily organized by Morality in Media, “The Porn Pandemic: The Devastating Effects on Children, Family and Society” features interviews with experts on the issue of pornography and how it hurts those who view it....

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Children and Our Porn Culture

May 4, 2014 by

By Bill Muehlenberg If some evil schemers got together to discuss how they might bring down a culture, and especially destroy an entire generation of young people, I think I might have an idea for them. Actually the plan is not new to me – it seems to have been in place for some time now. The sexualisation of a culture is a surefire way to demolish it, and is a great way to ruin the lives of our children. The usual protections for our children which a sane society would normally have in...

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