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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Why God’s Sexual Ethic Is Good for the World

Oct 4, 2016 by

Rosaria Butterfield, Sam Allberry, and Jackie Hill Perry Discuss. From The Gospel Coalition: How is God’s sexual ethic not just true, but beautiful and good? That’s the question Sam Allberry (author of Is God Anti-Gay? and a founding editor of Living Out, a ministry for those struggling with...

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Anglicans and sexual ethics (updated regularly)

Aug 25, 2016 by

A collection of recent news and comment about Anglicanism and sexual ethics . Updated regularly. November 19 – December 12 Lambeth 1:10, GAFCON UK and the C of E: a digest of articles C of E revisionists use the BBC and the South African church to continue campaign, by Andrew Symes, Anglican...

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Obsessed with sex?

Aug 11, 2016 by

by Peter J Leithart, First Things: Christians are often accused of being obsessed with sexual sin. Why can’t two people, of whatever sex, do whatever they please in the enclosure of their own room? Who is hurt if a guy wants to get off looking at tantalizing pictures and videos on his computer?...

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Children as young as nine months prefer gender-specific toys

Jul 19, 2016 by

by Colin Fernandez, Mailonline: Babies as young as nine months already prefer toys that are traditional for their sex, a study has found. Trucks were the preferred choice for baby boys in a test, while baby girls chose to play with cooking pots. As girls got older they took more of an interest in...

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The Problem with Gender Studies

Jul 19, 2016 by

by Matthew Tuininga, Public Discourse: If gender studies is to serve as a helpful guide, it must abandon its invented dualisms of sex and gender, nature and nurture, embodiment and social construction. Gender sociologists need to study the way human beings actually live rather than the way they...

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