15 years ago, a short booklet called “Marriage and the Public Good: Ten Principles” appeared. Happily, it is still available and last year saw a 2nd edition.
Efforts in at least 6 states seek to legalize “sex work.” How does this growing movement’s conception of physical intimacy compare with the Bible’s portrayal?
If you feel like God’s gift of gender is being destroyed, you are right. How can we know that this sense is more than just a feeling? Is it just alarmism?
The author is far from prudish. So why is he no longer am comfortable speaking of “sex,” referring to the physical act of intimacy?
In a review of the book, “Neither Complementarian nor Egalitarian,” by Michelle Lee-Barnewall, we get some of that encouragement
Research shows that marrying young without ever having lived together with a partner makes for the lowest divorce rates. Surprising news? It shouldn’t be.
Online dating has eclipsed every other way of meeting a potential mate. Are daters wise enough to handle the change with a minimum of heartache?
Let us keep on with intergendered love because thus our redemption has been worked.
Dating With Discernment, available where all fine subversive literature is sold, tells many stories. One of them, Connor & Violet’s wedding night, shows just how intimacy develops in a marriage.
In this Dating with Discernment excerpt, from my new book, I try to help men to appreciate women for their unique contributions to a relationship.