The headlines about sex and gender that shock us are pit-stops on a journey Western civilization has been on for generations—a journey in which we’ve all taken part.
No Christian sexuality apologetic can have any real impact unless it spends time and effort to reveal the deeply problematic nature of these background beliefs.
It’s not wrong to marry your best friend, but contrary to popular opinion, it’s problematic to treat friendship as the pinnacle of married love.
Is it possible that instead of deconstructing the beliefs that have marked Christianity for two millennia, we might want to deconstruct the academic jargon our culture has only come to affirm within my lifetime? Remember, it was only in 2008—hardly the dark days of the Middle Ages—that Barack Obama said he did not support marriage for same-sex couples.
We reject the increasingly common view that unless you’re having sex the way you want it, you’re living an unfulfilled life.