Why We Should Have Seen The Transgender Craze Coming

Nov 28, 2016 by

by Denise Shick, The Federalist: All this otherworldly transgender stuff seems sudden, but it isn’t. For the few of us who were paying attention, it wasn’t that hard to see it coming. All this otherworldly transgender stuff seems sudden, but it isn’t. For the few of us who were paying attention, it wasn’t that hard to see it coming. I don’t condemn those who didn’t pay attention. Modern life can become busy, filled with distractions that appear to be far more important than monitoring cultural...

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Conference responds to radical cultural shift

Nov 15, 2016 by

By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. Is it really true that Jesus had no opinion about homosexual practice? Can we be sure that the children of same sex couples suffer no disadvantages from their parents’ lifestyles and ideologies? Is ‘transgender’ mainly about individuals who need compassion, or an altering of reality for all of us? Should Christians spend time analyzing and countering the effects of the sexual revolution, or does this detract from ‘Gospel ministry? These were some of the...

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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 transgender.  It was one of the saddest and most depressing things I had seen for a long time. Human  beings made in the image of God, confused, hurting and being offered a solution based on falsehood and a...

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Legal Sex: Exchanging the Truth of Sex for the Lie of Gender

Oct 27, 2016 by

by Daniel Moody, Public Discourse: Gender ideology leaves us de-sexed in law. The problem is not merely that our legal identity can now be chosen, but that it can now only be chosen. On May 9 of this year, US Attorney General Loretta Lynch stood behind a lectern in a Washington, DC, press conference room and spoke about transgenderism. She said something with which I agree. She said, “None of us can stand by when a state enters the business of legislating identity and insists that a person...

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Leonard Cohen against the sexual anarchists

Oct 22, 2016 by

by Jonathon van Maren, LifeSite: With the Nobel committee’s controversial decision to award folk singer Bob Dylan the Nobel Prize for Literature, a flurry of columns and essays have erupted in a wide range of publications on Dylan’s place within the literary canon. He’s a songwriter and a poet, everyone seems to agree, but is the social commentary contained in his work profound enough to merit the award? Should singers be eligible for such a prestigious prize? And as the answers to those...

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While the Church sleeps…

Oct 21, 2016 by

by Dr Lisa Nolland, Evangelicals Now. Before D-Day, the Allies needed to test new weaponry. The only suitable open space for trying out flail tanks was a local cricket pitch. Complaints were silenced with: ‘But there’s a war on’. After reading John Benton’s editorial ‘I hope I’m wrong…’ (en September),the scenario of a war came to mind. The editor points to the evident suppression of religious freedom around human rights issues on sex and marriage across the West and ponders an underground...

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