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Whether you find your identity and value in living up to an objective, external standard or through having your subjective, personal standard affirmed, the Gospel offers a better way.
Why is sexual sin often justified by Christians today? Because Christians have false beliefs shaped by society’s values rather than the Bible’s.
The solution for shame in today’s culture is to celebrate sin in an attempt to take away its sting. But there’s no real solution for sin apart from God’s grace.
The Nashville Statement on the biblical vision of sex and sexuality was released last week, and many people have objected, calling it unloving.
Because we're created in God's image, nothing can negate our intrinsic value, not even sin. But lately, our culture has been saying otherwise.
We Christians must commit every day to living in a way that honors Jesus, showing respect for every person and speaking clearly what the Bible teaches about human value and dignity.
We need to evaluate movies by more than just how they make us feel.
Sometimes we need to explain the bigger biblical picture in order to answer a person's specific question.
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The New York Times claims that Romans 1 calls for the execution of gays. A Republican congressman read the passage at a committee hearing. I don’t know the congressman’s purpose, but it couldn’t be to call for the execution of gays because the passage doesn’t say that. And 2,000 years of Christian teaching has never taught that it does.