The doctrine teaches that for us sinners to be saved, the trinitarian Persons entered into a pact with each Other in eternity about how to do it.
It is not uncommon now to see boys sporting painted nails. How do you respond? What is the conversation with your son or friend?
You can now hear Dating with Discernment read to you, available through Audible and, I suppose, wherever fine audiobooks are sold.
Gallup reports that 7.1% of all Americans now identify as LGBT+. A new book, The Gospel in the Gay Bars, helps us talk to people in the cultural orthodoxy.
The fruit was delicious, but it was a different taste than she had tasted before, as if something was mixed in, something her body didn’t know what to make of.
The Apostle Paul helps us read the Genesis 2 story to learn masculinity and femininity. One was “made from” the other, the second great asymmetry of gender.
Why would any parents subject their children to chemical treatments and cuttings that will debilitate their child’s body for life? I am beginning to understand.
In his new book, Desperate Remedies, Sociologist Andrew Scull has done a great service by laying out the dignified chronicle of the field of psychiatry.
To help gender recovery, I am going on a fall speaking tour. Join us for the appearance near you to uncover and recover the power of God’s gift in relationship.
The author is far from prudish. So why is he no longer am comfortable speaking of “sex,” referring to the physical act of intimacy?