While it has its good points, this book is typical of the church’s and the culture’s current minimization of gender in relationship.
The new act in Congress to codify monogendered marriage presupposes the immutability of sexual desire, like ethnicity. But research shows it is not so.
The truth that in Christ people can actually change is fundamental to the Christian message. Neuroscience is catching up with the idea.
The LGBTQIA+ Ideology is bad for women. It does not bode well.
The United States House of Representatives Bill, H.R.5, or “The Equality Act,” recently passed in the House on its way to the Senate. The bill seeks to extend protections against discrimination on the basis of sex to discrimination against what they call “sexual orientation and gender identity.” In the process, the text of the bill names the name that shall …
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 …
It looked as though I would become an outlaw in California. AB 2943, labeled it fraud, and so a crime, to sell something telling a man with same-sex attraction that he didn’t have to be gay. It passed in both chambers of the West Coast state legislature. But the bill was suddenly withdrawn by CA Assemblyman at the last minute. What does this say about sexuality change?
We grieve with our Roman Catholic brethren. The priesthood scandal revealed by the Pennsylvania Grand Jury report and Archbishop Viganò’s open letter arises from a deep predatory element in gay culture.
At times a call is made to reach out to those who might follow Christ, but who struggle with unbidden sexual desires that contradict Christ’s call. The call is to deal with those unbidden desires with understanding and mercy. This is a good call. While Christ calls people to take up their crosses and follow Him, He does so while bearing their burden. But then, we need to be truthful about what understanding and mercy are.