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How to Use Amazon’s Censorship Headlines to Talk about the Gospel

How to Use Amazon's Censorship Headlines to Share the Gospel

Big Tech censorship has advanced yet another step forward in its war on contrarian thinking. LifeSite News reports, “Amazon has removed the books of Dr. Joseph Nicolosi, the psychologist whom critics have dubbed ‘the father of conversion therapy.’ In other words, for claiming that change is possible for those who experience unwanted same-sex attraction, Dr.…

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When Did Pride Become a Virtue?

When Did Pride Become a Virtue

Pride Month 2019 is nearly finished, and this year’s festivities have continued the tradition of stretching cultural boundaries while seeking to capitalizing on shifting national values. As “Queen of Pop” Madonna prepares to conclude the month-long celebration of pride at the WorldPride finale on Pride Island, it is worth asking the question, “When did pride become a virtue?”…

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Mayor Pete and the Dawning of a New Political Era

Mayor Pete and the Dawning of a New Political Era

As a Millennial, Buttigieg appeals to younger voters, being a fresh face in a year when Millennials are poised to become the largest eligible voting bloc. TIME reports, “Many Democrats are hungry for generational change, and the two front runners are more than twice his age.” However, generational change for the sake of change can be a terrifying prospect, and…

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Why Does the Church Focus on Sexual Issues?

Why Does the Church Focus on Sexual Issues?

“Ex-GI Becomes Blonde Beauty!” splashed across the front pages of The New York Daily News in 1952 when George Jorgensen Jr. returned home from a sex-reassignment surgery in Sweden as Christine Jorgensen. Six decades before Caitlyn Jenner, and among the first to undergo such a procedure, Christine Jorgensen was America’s original transgender sweetheart.[1] Crowned Woman of…

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Laid Bare

Intended to empower Christians to be relevant and influential voices capable of speaking into the issue of homosexuality, Laid Bare demonstrates how to use the Bible and social data to transform the most common questions related to homosexuality into open doors of opportunity to share the gospel.

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Hasn’t Same-Sex Marriage Been Settled by the Supreme Court?

Marriage as it has always been understood and defined in every civilization and at all points in history until this century is now fundamentally altered in the eyes of the law. Nevertheless, we as Christians understand that marriage is a sacred act that is divinely defined and accomplished. As such, we have neither the right, nor…

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What the Supreme Court Ruling on Same-Sex Marriage Means for Christians

What the Supreme Court Ruling on Same-Sex Marriage Means for Christians

What does the June 26, 2015 Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage mean for Christians? The implications of this ruling are enormous and widespread. As such we will focus our attention on only a few implications.   In the first place this was a deeply divided decision by the Supreme Court with five Justices ruling…

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How the Supreme Court Divided the Nation

How the Supreme Court Divided the Nation

What exactly happened on June 26, 2015, and why did it divide the nation? To understand this, we must first understand what the Supreme Court was asked to decide upon. For some time various states had voted upon constitutional amendments designed to either open or close marriage to members of the same sex. In many…

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How Theology Determines Sexuality

The only aspect of being created in God’s image that can be absolutely derived from the Genesis creation account is the fact that mankind has been created as sexual beings. If the sexual design of our bodies is created by God as at least a partial reflection of Himself, then our sexuality is sacred. What are…

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Who Defines Marriage?

Who Defines Marriage?

“Just who do we think we are?”[1] This was Chief Justice Roberts’ response to the June 26, 2015 Supreme Court ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges, declaring, “The Fourteenth Amendment requires a State to license a marriage between two people of the same sex and to recognize a marriage between two people of the same sex when…

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