News | Topic: Cultural Discernment
Oct 15, 2015
The Shameless and the Unashamed: Sexual Revolution, a Step to the Past
From the article:
“Those who pushed the sexual boundaries in the 1960s fancy themselves as revolutionaries throwing off the shackles of centuries of taboos and stigmas. ‘Emancipation is now a reality,’ wrote novelist and critic Margaret Drabble in 1967, cheering what she called ‘the golden age of adult sexual equality.’
The reality is quite the opposite…”
Read the article from Alan Dowd for byFaith magazine here.
Oct 5, 2015
Tied In Knots: Americans Try to Redefine Marriage
byFaith magazine takes a look at some of the arguments advocates for same-sex marriage have used and how Christians should respond.
Read the article here.
Aug 27, 2015
I’m a Duke Freshman. Here’s Why I Refused To Read ‘Fun Home.’
As a Christian, freshman Brian Grasso knew his beliefs and identity would be challenged at Duke University. He explains why he opted out of an assignment for incoming students to read the graphic novel “Fun Home.” Read his article here.
Aug 25, 2015
Duke University Freshmen Refuse To Read ‘Fun Home’ For Moral Reasons
Incoming freshmen at Duke University are reportedly refusing to read their summer novel, Fun Home – an LGBT graphic novel – due to their Christian and moral beliefs.
Read the article here.
Jul 2, 2015
Christians React to the Legalization of Same-Sex Marriage: 9 Key Findings
The Barna Group offers research and insight into where Christians stand in this divisive conversation.
Read the findings here.
Jun 29, 2015
So-Called Same-Sex Marriage: Lamenting the New Calamity
John Piper blogs about the recent Supreme Court decision and the institutionalization of sin.
Read the full blog post here.
Jun 8, 2015
Voices That Confuse: Reclaiming Biblical Truth…
From the article by Nicholas Black for HarvestUSA:
The church is in confusion today. The voices advocating for the inclusion of same-sex relationships in the church have been loud enough to sow confusion even among ordinary church members in solid evangelical churches. The typical layperson’s grasp of Scripture on the issue of homosexuality is weakening. Studying the Scriptures on the matter doesn’t seem to help anymore. Why? Because these passages are increasingly undermined by strong, cultural worldviews that are driving alternative interpretations of Scripture.
Read the entire article here.