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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Sex and morality in Church and society

Mar 20, 2017 by

by Ian Paul, Psephizo: Following the debate in General Synod on the House of Bishop’s report on the Shared Conversations, various bishops have been making statements to their dioceses outlining their reflections on the debate and where we have got to as a Church. Perhaps the most striking was that...

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What’s all the fuss about sex in the Church of England?

Feb 24, 2017 by

by Canon Phil Ashey, AAC: Years ago when I was in The Episcopal Church (TEC) I found myself asking the same question.  Why can’t we just agree to disagree, respect our differences and just get on with mission? The Rev. Dr. Kendall Harmon helped me address this very question with a video...

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Being Human – Sex, Sexuality, Gender and the Inhumanity of 21st Century Humanism – Part 1

Nov 15, 2016 by

by David Robertson, theweeflea: As we talk about this subject we need to realise that we are dealing with individual stories. This is not theory.  This is not political ideology.  We are talking about real people.  Last week I watched a BBC Scotland programme about individuals who were...

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From Father to Son — J.R.R. Tolkien on Sex

Nov 2, 2016 by

by Albert Mohler: The astounding popularity of J.R.R. Tolkien and his writings–magnified many times over by the success of the “Lord of the Rings” films–has ensured that Tolkien’s fantasy world of moral meaning stands as one of the great literary achievements of our times. In some sense, Tolkien...

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Human Sexuality: Defined by the Mystery of the Trinity

Oct 18, 2016 by

by Dr Peter Jones, The Truth Xchange: In our time there is a rising acceptance of one’s right to self-define, or (to put it more religiously), to self-realize. Expressed provocatively, this becomes: “I am whatever I say I am and you must accept my assertion and behave accordingly.” In his legal...

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