Ex-’gay’ credits God for lifestyle change

A pro-life “Doctor Who”?

How I became an evangelical voice for marriage quality

    First Things: Evangelicals are changing their minds on gay marriage. So argues the Log Cabin Republicans’ David Lampo in a recent op-ed in the Daily Caller. In defense of his thesis, Lampo trots out the examples of two prominent evolved evangelicals: David Blankenhorn and yours truly. The problem here is that Blankenhorn is not an Evangelical and I have not changed my mind on gay marriage. If David and I are the two best examples of an evangelical evolution, it ain’t happening.

  • Posted: 10/09/2014
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: www.firstthings.com

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Marriage and society: Getting to the heart of the matter

Tennessee school board’s push for prayer may be met with lawsuits

The beauty of the country of marriage

Facing the Music with Jennifer Knapp

You can’t change anything from your living room

Traditional sexuality, radical community

Same-sex marriage and the Supreme Court: What now for the church?

A Christian apologist and an atheist thrive in an improbable bond

Catholic Church kicks off Respect Life Month: “Each of us is God’s masterpiece”

Former homosexual warns America of “unmitigated disaster” of marriage redefinition

    Nathan Cherry: Activists pushing for the legalization of same-sex “marriage” don’t want you to hear from former homosexuals. In their world there is no such thing. Anyone claiming to be a “former homosexual” is, in their opinion, either a liar suppressing their true identity, or they never were really a homosexual. I’m not sure how someone can claim to be a homosexual without ever really being one – it doesn’t seem like something you do as a recreational past time.

  • Posted: 10/03/2014
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: nathancherry.com

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Education or advocacy?

The Rapture keeps coming back

Hats off to the University of Tennessee for standing up for public prayer

First we killed our unborn children. Now we’re killing our own parents.

NPR forced me to have the [abortion] talk with my six-year-old

Lazy cultural engagement: Can we stop proof-texting culture?

Difficult marriage in a modern age

Utah to appeal polygamy ruling in ‘Sister Wives’ case

Barbie as the Virgin Mary? Ken as Jesus? Italian Catholics are not amused

To have and to hold, in hardship and unhappiness

“Same-Sex Marriage,” a review

What the media totally ignored in Emma Watson’s gender equality speech

Emma Watson is right – Don’t take potshots at fathers

Yes, we have a culture of death

Evangelicals, marriage equality, and loving reality

The City Podcast: The antidote for pro-life weirdness

Pastor tells Christians to avoid lawsuits by compromising religious convictions

Parishioners meet with bishop over same-sex couple

27,000 churches participate in national ‘Get Back to Church Sunday’ event

Five things Catholics need to start saying in the same-sex marriage debate

Crisis pregnancy center film praised at UN Women’s Guild screening

University reverses course: Football players can wear cross decals on helmets

What’s the problem with texting? Studies show that texting does not harm grammar and spelling

Homosexual acts cannot be approved or celebrated by the Church – Here’s why

Experts debate whether marriage is needed for kids to thrive

Survey: Church congregations more racially diverse, open to homosexual members

Why can’t men be friends?

Disabled ‘edited out’ of assisted suicide debate

“Evangelicals for Marriage Equality” launch draws harsh criticism: No coherent argument made that supports same-sex marriage

Arkansas State University football team to remove crosses from helmets following complaint

A tale of two fathers: Silas Marner on the true meaning of fatherhood

Gender gap journalism

BBC faces criticism over assisted suicide drama

Arkansas State removing cross decal from football helmets

Why the ‘concordance reflex’ fails in sexuality debates

A response to Richard Dawkins: How is it immoral to give life?

Hooking up, shacking up, and saying ‘I Do’

Christian rapper Lecrae’s new song touches on post-abortion pain: “A part of us died”

2nd View: Pro-lifers voice concerns to PBS’ airing of ‘After Tiller’

ADF pays tribute to the life and legacy of Truett Cathy

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge prompts a deeper look at stem cell research

Regarded as ‘intolerant haters’: What’s new?

Ray Rice, abortion, and being led about by the viscera

    RedState: But we humans are weird creatures. It is one thing to know, intellectually, that Ray Rice knocked a woman unconscious in a hotel elevator. It is another thing to actually see it happen. [...] This is, in essence, the reason our abortion policy has remained essentially static over the last 40 years in this country in spite of astonishing scientific advances in terms of understanding fetal development and our ability to move the viability window for premature children continually backwards.

  • Posted: 09/08/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.redstate.com

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Reflections on same-sex marriage and religious liberty

Single, Christian, and a child of divorce

Naked consent: Why personal speech codes won’t curb a social problem like sexual assault

Woman starts GoFundMe campaign to pay for her abortion so she can party

The delusional world of late-term abortionists

Why so many Christians won’t back down on same-sex marriage

How to make a difference in 140 characters or less

Wedding industry illustrates unresolved legal relationship between religious freedom and same-sex marriage

Life together, again: After Hobby Lobby, vibrant corporate life is needed more than ever

Young people, sex, and relationships: The new norms

Give us this day our daily brew

Ice buckets: Does the end justify the means?

Pro-life group demands PBS cancel airing of pro-abortion ‘After Tiller’ film

Onward Christian soldiers? Not likely

Feds creating database to track hate speech on Twitter

Is ‘The Giver’ the most pro-life film ever made?