The Christian worldview accepts the validity of people’s testimony that gender dysphoria is a real experience resulting in heartrending distress. The Christian worldview cannot, however, countenance the idea that men can become women or that women can become men.
Reclaiming Hope is an excellent book that deserves a wide reading, especially by rising activists and statesmen seeking to find ways to make their faith relevant in an increasingly post-Christian world.
Accepting the claims of transgender ideology requires papering over one’s conscience and making a mockery of the “law written on the heart” that our bodies bear witness to in our complementary design.
The war is far from over, but a recent battle in California shows that pluralism, religious liberty, and traditional values can be defended where there is a will to mobilize and resist.
A humane civil society requires an ecosystem of religious freedom.
A new book captures the heart of Chuck Colson’s message: love your country, but love your God more.
If passed, the Equality Act would empower the government to discriminate against those who do not accept a sexually permissive understanding of human nature that denies sexual complementarity.
The “Benedict Option” isn’t the only way for Christians to confront the reality of an increasingly hostile and secular culture.
The overpopulation crisis predicted by Malthusians has failed to materialize. Instead, developed nations face serious underpopulation. To solve this problem, we must rediscover the importance of children.
For parents with LGBT children, Christianity offers an alternative to false dilemmas of affirmation or abandonment.
Evangelicals are learning to model both grace and truth when discussing homosexuality and same-sex marriage.
Marriage connects more than just a man and a woman: it creates and sustains the fabric of society as a whole.