Doug’s Blog: Christianity Today’s Tragic Endorsement of Pro-Homosexual Filmmaking

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Christianity Today’s Tragic Endorsement of Pro-Homosexual Filmmaking

Saint Harvey Gets Three Stars
By Geoffrey Botkin

For several years, frustrated American readers have been wondering just who in the world is discipling the writers at Christianity Today magazine. The recent CT review of Milk may hold clues – important theological clues. The review appears to reflect doctrines of an obscure religious order which uses uniquely creative theology to unchain the human spirit, respect diversity, and expiate stigmatic guilt, especially in the interpretation of popular culture. See the rest at Doug’s Blog: Christianity Today’s Tragic Endorsement of Pro-Homosexual Filmmaking

Abortion and your right to accurate sex selection. – By William Saletan – Slate Magazine

Man, I hope he is not right. Talk about complete loss of ethics and the nobility of humanity.


Abortion and your right to accurate sex selection. – By William Saletan – Slate Magazine

Sexual SatisfactionAbortion and your right to accurate sex selection.

By William Saletan
Posted Monday, Feb. 25, 2008, at 8:48 AM ET

How does a taboo begin to die?

For an answer, look at Sunday’s Los Angeles Times. “Accuracy of gender test kits in question,” says the headline. The writer, Karen Kaplan, reports that many women are up in arms over home genetic tests that erred in predicting the sex of their kids. More than 100 women are suing one company. Others are calling for regulation.

Mentor Series: The Burning Bush

Mentor Series: The Burning Bush

Mentor Series: The Burning Bush by Scott Stanley

Would you marry someone without knowing if it was God’s will for your lives? Few Christians would say “yes” to that question. But how do we know when marrying someone is God’s will? Could it be that our requests for “a burning bush” of proof might reflect our desire to avoid the risks of stewardship God expects of us?

In this last installment from our interview with Dr. Scott Stanley, we discuss how men can address one of the primary obstacles that keeps them from jumping into a marriage.

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Steve: Let’s talk about an issue we hear a lot from Christian men. It’s the idea that any decision as important as marriage — like where to live or where to work — is something so fundamental to the rest of our lives that surely God cares about it and would want to reveal His perfect will for us. In a world of overwhelming choices, how’s a guy supposed to go about discerning whether or not someone is a good match and also God’s perfect will for them?

Cyber Sexuality – Newsletter – ChristianityTodayLibrary.com

Cyber Sexuality – Newsletter – ChristianityTodayLibrary.com

Cyber Sexuality
Maintaining real purity in a virtual world.
Rich Tatum

posted August 29, 2007

I recently received an e-mail from a friend. She wrote:

Do you know of any Christian articles dealing with internet flirting or cybersex? I can’t seem to find anything I can relate to, and I know there must be other folks who’ve encountered the same thing.

Indeed. A search for cybersex within the CT Library archives turns up over 40 articles that cover the struggle with and against various forms of sexual sin online. But this issue also falls under other categories for which some very useful articles have been written.