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Resources on Homosexuality

In connection with a sermon that I am presenting on the subject of homosexuality, I have collected some web resources on the topic, which I now share with you.

Issues related to homosexuality

Resources Related to Same Sex Marriage

This week in California the state will begin approving same sex marriages. Since I am speaking on this topic this weekend at my church, I wanted to provide a list of resources for Christians who are interested in learning more about this topic. Continue reading

How to Be a Man

What does it mean to be a man? For centuries, young boys did not need to contemplate this question because there were commonly accepted rites of passage that let the community know when a boy became a man. But due to rampant gender confusion and a blurring of distinctions, today there are many men in their 20s and 30s who are still not sure that they are “men.” Continue reading

“Dangerous” Ideas for Boys

Today I learned about an interesting book called “The Dangerous Book for Boys.” The authors contend that the lives of boys today are too well programmed and too “safe.” An article in today’s newspaper describes the book:

But the truth is, many boys today frequently have little opportunity… Continue reading

Leaders and Lion Chasers

Benaiah chased a lion down into a pit. Then, despite the snow and slippery ground, he caught the lion and killed it. (2 Samuel 23:20)

What in the world was Benaiah thinking? Most sane people would run away from the lion, not chase it! Beginning from this passage, Mark Batterson… Continue reading

New Blog Series on Gender Issues

Today Roger and Amy of The A-Team Blog have started series based on Wayne Grudem’s book, Evangelical Feminism & Biblical Truth: An Analysis of More Than 100 Disputed Questions with the post A Summary of the Complimentarian Position. Their goal is to blog on a chapter a week.

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