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Torn Between Two Cultures? Revoice, LGBT Identity, and Biblical Christianity

The chaos and confusion which are the inevitable products of the Sexual Revolution continue to expand and the challenges constantly proliferate. The LGBTQ+ revolution has long been the leading edge of the expanding chaos, and by now the genuinely rev ...

August 2, 2018

The Briefing 02-09-17

February 9, 2017

Ask Anything: Weekend Edition 05-24-14

1) Should single Christians adopt? 2) Do multi-site or multiple service churches conform to a New Testament view of the church? 3) How should a Christian go about getting to know a political candidate?    ...

May 24, 2014

The Briefing 09-19-13

1. More than an economic problem: The "lost" generation A generation 'lost' in the Job Hunt, Wall Street Journal (Ben Casselman and Marcus Walker) 2. After a "he-cession," we are having a "she-covery" Women outrun men in regaining jobs since ...

September 19, 2013

Must a Pastor Be Married? The New York Times Asks the Question

Is marriage a requirement for pastoral ministry? That question is not new, having been a major focus of debates at crucial points in church history, but it is being asked once again. Erik Eckholm of The New York Times asked the question in a news st ...

March 25, 2011

Permanence Before Experience: The Wisdom of Marriage

The onslaught of modernity has challenged basic assumptions about marriage that existed merely decades ago.  Instead of marriage being the beginning of the permanence of experience between a man and woman, many couples are opting to experience perman ...

March 5, 2010

Permanence Before Experience — The Wisdom of Marriage

Rightly understood, marriage is all about permanence. In a world of transitory experiences, events, and commitments, marriage is intransigent. It simply is what it is -- a permanent commitment made by a man and a woman who commit themselves to live f ...

March 2, 2010

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