In my interviews on Critical Conversations I’ve spoken of the anti-Christian barrage* teens are subjected to. Do you believe it’s real? What if someone wrote that you have all these faults, just because you believe in biblical marriage and morality? Fear of being homosexual Encouraging bullying Encouraging suicide Homophobia Don’t pay attention to the Bible […]
“Allowing an Anscombe Society event could cause suicides, a student claims.” An upcoming conference on heterosexual marriage is being denounced as hate speech by the Stanford Graduate Student Council (GSC), which is seeking to quash the event. Last week, the council at the top-ranked California university voted ten to two to deny funding for the […]
This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Jesus Saves Jesus saves vs. Jesus affirms: which is the better answer for the moral questions of our day? A whole lot of people are telling us Jesus Christ approves of homosexual practice and gay marriage. That’s one way of solving a moral issue: find […]
Lydia McGrew performs a masterful analysis of events and reactions relating to a professor shutting down pro-natural marriage statements in class. Please read her post for the whole story and her insightful comments. I have just one or two things to add. She quotes a blogger, MarquettePhilosopher, who says, “I am in full support of […]
This entry is part 8 of 8 in the series To Treat One Another As Humans The Christian News Network posted an article last Thursday calling into question a Religion News Service opinion piece by Tré Goins-Phillips, an editor at Liberty University’s student newspaper, in which he called for common ground with homosexuals. I think […]
Could our overemphasis on sexuality ended up stunting us as persons, in our friendships and even in our sexuality? Read my latest BreakPoint column,”Stunted by Sexuality,” and see what you think.
What is Christianity’s hardest question concerning homosexuality? I’m pretty sure it’s the one I write about in this month’s BreakPoint column. It’s not just a question for “somebody else” but for me.