Results for "sex":

The Execution of Lady Jane Grey: 460 Years Ago Today

Feb 12, 2014 | Justin Taylor


Lady Jane Grey is a daughter of the Reformation, beheaded at the age of 18 by “Bloody Mary” after Jane served for nine days as the Queen of England. Here is an interview with a historian about her death.

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The Old Testament in 10 Minutes + the New Testament in 10 Minutes

Feb 07, 2014 | Justin Taylor

Two professors walk through the entire Bible in 20 minutes.

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The 9 T4G Plenary Sessions Announced

Jan 30, 2014 | Justin Taylor

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A list of the plenary titles and speakers, along with the panels and workshops.

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How the Snowpocalypse of 1850 Led to Spurgeon’s Conversion 164 Years Ago Today

Jan 06, 2014 | Justin Taylor


164 years today a snowstorm prevented 15-year-old Charles Spurgeon from attending his father’s church. He wandered into a small Primitive Methodist Chapel and heard a short sermon from a layman that changed his life.

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A Summary and Questions to Ask on Divorce and Remarriage

Dec 28, 2013 | Justin Taylor


A summary from Jay Adams’ helpful book.

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An Interview on Sex, Dating, and Relationships

Dec 10, 2013 | Justin Taylor


An interview with the co-author of a book that seeks to show, biblically, that whatever activity would be sexually inappropriate between family members reveals what constitutes a sexual activity.

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Resources for Christians Dealing with Same-Sex Attraction

Dec 02, 2013 | Justin Taylor

A new website seeking to “articulate a perspective that is not often heard – that of men and women who are honest and open about their same-sex attraction, but who have discovered that obedience to Jesus in this area of life is fulfilling, healthy and authentic. We want people who experience same-sex attraction, those who self-identify as LGBT or who are just questioning, their family and friends, their churches and pastors, and those investigating Christianity, to find here a plausible way of living out what Christians have consistently believed about marriage and sex.”

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Malcolm Gladwell: A Mix of Moralism and Scientism?

Nov 26, 2013 | Justin Taylor


A professor argues that Gladwell’s popularity comes from reinforcing our views under the guise of counter-intuitivism while offering a veneer of scientific authority.

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C.S. Lewis on the Need to Translate Theology for Lay Poeple

Nov 11, 2013 | Justin Taylor

C.S. Lewis chides a liberal critic for his criticism: “I may have made theological errors. My manner may have been defective. Others may do better hereafter. I am ready, if I am young enough, to learn. Dr Pittenger would be a more helpful critic if he advised a cure as well as asserting many diseases.”

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Keller Reviews Two Books on Homosexuality and Christianity

Oct 05, 2013 | Justin Taylor

Keller looks at books by Wesley Hill and Sam Allberry.

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Saturation, Suppression, and the Power of Political Correctness

Aug 15, 2013 | Justin Taylor

An interesting analysis of how to change public opinion on a controversial subject.

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Homosexuality & the Christian Faith: A Lecture by and Q&A with Rosaria Butterfield

Jul 15, 2013 | Justin Taylor

The testimony of a radical lesbian English professor turned Reformed pastor’s wife, followed by an hour and a half of Q&A.

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How the West Really Lost God: An Interview with Mary Eberstadt

Jul 10, 2013 | Justin Taylor


A conversation with the woman Francis Fukuyama calls “one of the most acute and creative social observers of our time” about her unconventional argument that the deterioration of the family led to the decline of religion in the West.

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