Dear Friends, On this site for a full two years now, I have sought to serve the cause of understanding gender, the reality of men and women made in God’s image. I myself have grown through arranging this weekly commentary, filling out some of the landscape originally surveyed by the book, enGendered. I hope that you also have benefited from this …
Today, a letter from a young woman (name changed) with a question to which EVERYONE should have a ready answer. Here is mine… Pastor Andreades, You may not remember me, but my name is Jocelyn. You gave me a free copy of your book Engendered when you came to speak at [a certain venue] and signed it on the condition that I …
According to a recent talk I heard, 11% of American adolescents now experience same-sex attraction (SSA). In fact, another study found that 7.6% of millenials now identify as gay. These numbers are extremely high historically. I have monitored the prevalence of same-sex attraction using only reliable studies (read: like not The Kinsey Report). Up until about ten years ago, the …
Recent headlines proclaim medical breakthroughs which will enable lesbian couples to bear children together. The headlines make for a sensational news cycle, but are misleading in claiming that the sexually dimorphic (that is, needing both male and female) reproductive process has been circumvented.
An attractive writer’s entertaining prose in the New York Times only thinly masks the harsh reality of his hopelessness. The stark confessions of our culture’s new kind of hero.
A friendship is tested when a man, determined to get surgical changes to reinforce the choice to live as a woman. What does this friend do?
A Christian’s story of how to engage with those with whom we disagree.
The key members of our society now find themselves in a predicament. Can school teachers and home-schooling parents to address a new generation growing up in a gender minimizing culture?
When you face difficult gender problems, you need helpers who can stand against the cultural tides. You need helpers you can trust to guide you from their experience in helping others on the real-life scenarios that people don’t want to talk about.
Does a passage in Ecclesiastes teach a negative view of women or the bitterness of a man who beds many of them?