Video How Singleness Uniquely Reflects the Gospel December 14, 2017 | Sam Allberry Share Share Tweet Tweet Email More Videos How Should the Church Address Racial Injustice? Brian Davis • Justin Giboney Brian Davis and Justin Giboney discuss how the church should address racial injustice. Should the Pro-life Cause Encompass ‘Womb to Tomb’ or Focus on the Womb? Karen Swallow Prior • Scott Klusendorf Scott Klusendorf and Karen Swallow Prior share their respective arguments and discuss the pro-life cause and what it should encompass. Is ‘Woke Church’ a Stepping Stone to Theological Compromise? Sean DeMars • Rebecca McLaughlin Sean DeMars and Rebecca McLaughlin discuss “woke church” and address what the church should be most concerned with regarding today’s social issues. How Should Christians Think About Gun Control? Bob Thune • Andrew Wilson Bob Thune and Andrew Wilson advance their arguments and engage in a discussion about how Christians should think about gun control. “Singleness is a way of saying that my marriage to Christ is so sufficient, that it is so rich and satisfying, I can do without human marriage in this age.” Sam Allberry reflects on how the gospel is uniquely demonstrated in singleness.Advertise on TGC Sam Allberry is a pastor, apologist, and speaker. He is the author of 7 Myths About Singleness, Why Does God Care Who I Sleep With?, and, most recently, What God Has to Say About Our Bodies. He is in the process of moving to the United States to join the staff at Immanuel Nashville, is a Canon Theologian for the Anglican Church in North America, and is the co-host (with Ray Ortlund) of TGC’s podcast You’re Not Crazy: Gospel Sanity for Young Pastors.