Our sexual identity is not up to us to decide.
This new book by Albert Mohler is quite good: We Cannot Be Silent. It’s a book that talks about the history of sexuality in the United States, and answers questions like: how did we go from a relatively decent view of marriage to gay marriage so quickly? Mohler’s done his homework, and it shows in… Continue reading Was/Is There A “Gay Agenda”?
Are human genders fixed or are they fluid? Is the distinction between male and female something essential to human beings or is the distinction a product of culture or personal choice? In the United States – and other Western cultures – there has been a movement to erase gender distinctions. From gender neutral housing on… Continue reading Human Gender: Fixed or Fluid?
If you haven’t read The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert by Rosaria Butterfield, you really must! It’s a great biography full of mercy, conviction, struggles, love, church, fellowship, and the triumph of sovereign grace. Here’s one convicting paragraph I highlighted so I would read it again (and again!): “Shortly after becoming a Christian, I… Continue reading Prayers and Prejudice
Homosexuality is an inherently difficult topic for Christians to discuss and address. And it’s a thousand times harder to discuss in our culture, where sexuality is all messed up. Sam Allberry has written a short book that will help Christians navigate this topic with a biblical mindset: Is God Anti-Gay? … Continue reading Christians and Same-Sex Attraction