Harvey Weinstein and the New Puritanism

Oct 11, 2017 by

by Fr Dwight Longenecker: I feel Harvey Weinstein’s pain. He was brought up in the Playboy culture and now Hugh Hefner is dead. He’s befuddled. He was told the girls were all good time girls and that all he had to do as a powerful guy was appear in his bathrobe and they would jump in the tub with...

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The worm that is killing married love

Oct 3, 2017 by

by Carolyn Moynihan, MercatorNet: Why are young adults turning out on the streets more, raging against unwelcome guest speakers on their campuses more? Why are they parading Nazi emblems or smashing statues of yesterday’s heroes? What are they not doing that gives them so much time and energy to...

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Why patriarchy is the best solution for happy families and societies

Aug 23, 2017 by

by Chris Sugden, Church of England Newspaper: The November 2014 session of General Synod debated proposals about whether the confidentiality of the confessional should ever be breached. If a parishioner confessed a sex crime to their confessor, should the confessor be required to report the fact...

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The church changed its mind on slavery. Why not on sex?

Jul 24, 2017 by

by Will Jones, courtesy of Ian Paul, Psephizo: It rarely takes long in any discussion about a controversial ethical issue amongst Christians for someone to bring up slavery. Slavery is the great exemple of how Christian thinking has changed on a key ethical issue. Christians in the past permitted...

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Synod puts sex before the horrors of Christian persecution

Jul 9, 2017 by

by Jules Gomes, TCW: General Synod is the Church of England’s highest decision-making body. It holds congress twice a year—in Westminster and in York. It is copulating (in the original Latin sense) this weekend in York. Over 400 bishops, clergy and laity will attend its sessions. Members may...

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What the Bible Really Says About Sex and Sexuality

May 25, 2017 by

by David Robertson, theweeflea: “The Truth of God and the Lie of Lust”  Last Sunday morning I preached a sermon that in one sense I did not want to preach, and in another was desperate to preach.   I did not want to preach on Romans 1:24-27 because of the sensitivity of the subject for many people...

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