Why Christian Sexual Morality is Rejected

Apr 7, 2018 by

by James Kalb, Crisis Magazine: There are good arguments for traditional Christian sexual morality (CSM), but even so it’s fallen out of favor. Many in the Church have given up on it, saying it’s at most an ideal no one can be held to. What would be needed to bring it back and make it effective? A...

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Searching for the Pathway Back to a Christian Sexual Ethic

Mar 10, 2018 by

by Trevin Wax, The Gospel Coalition: When it comes to a position on marriage and sexuality, we often hear Christians say they are “moving” or “evolving” or “on a journey.” Almost always, this means they are on the pathway from the traditional Christian view to a revisionist sexual ethic. These...

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The gender-equality paradox: why don’t women choose STEM careers?

Feb 23, 2018 by

by Carolyn Moynihan, MercatorNet: Remember James Damore, the young Google engineer who was sacked last August for resisting the company’s gender equality programme? Damore wasn’t against having more women in tech, he just did not believe the present male-female imbalance is owing to sexism and can...

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The truth about men, women, and sex

Jan 22, 2018 by

by Mark Regnerus, MercatorNet: The surprising avalanche of publicized sexual misdeeds rolls on, picking up actors, executives, and politicians along the way. What each are guilty of no doubt varies widely. But the court of public opinion is in no mood for fine distinctions. What interests a...

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How important is sex?

Jan 12, 2018 by

by Peter Jensen, Gafcon. It has become quite common for Christians to take the line that our business is to talk about Jesus and not about sex and sexual morality. Our obsession with sex is creating a barrier to gospel presentation. I have to say I am pretty sympathetic to this argument. I never...

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Let’s Try Saving Sex For Marriage. Clearly, The Other Way Isn’t Working.

Dec 20, 2017 by

by Matt Walsh, Daily Wire: There was an article in The New York Times this week explaining that sometimes a woman might consent to sex even though she has not really consented to it. The author, Jessica Bennett, describes a new category of half-rape called “gray zone sex.” In this...

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