Johns Hopkins Psychiatrist: Transgender is ‘Mental Disorder;’ Sex Change ‘Biologically Impossible’.
Have you ever asked yourself what is behind all of this that we are seeing in our culture today, namely the push for homosexuality, abortion, evolution, and atheism? Genuine Bible-believing Christians understand that there is more than meets the eye when it comes to the big picture of existence in the universe. We understand that … Continue reading
There is a growing tide of heresy, not to mention a culture that is turning. Hanging in the balance, and in danger, are weak Christians who, for various reasons, may not safely be able to critically reflect on all the information coming to them from the culture, from re-energized cultural Christians (as per Niebuhr), and … Continue reading
Disillusionment happens when the image or picture that you had of a person, an organization, or of life in general turns out to be false; the shattering or de-authenticating of the picture by which you were ordering your life, thereby leaving you with a picture of reality. At least three roads appear at this crossroads: … Continue reading
Something I have encountered lately is reality fatigue. It manifests itself as lack of interest, impatience, even negatively as rejection–that is if it registers at all. There are those in the Church today who don’t want to be bothered by the near-daily evidences of the changing tide both in and outside of the Church. There … Continue reading
A Closer Look at the Old Tolerance Under the older view of tolerance, a person might be judged tolerant if, while holding strong views, he or she insisted that others had the right to dissent from those views and argue their own cases. This view of tolerance is in line with the famous utterance often … Continue reading
By Scott Fowler What Webster Thought What is tolerance? In 1828 it meant “the power or capacity of enduring; or the act of enduring”1 as it still does today. For the sake of clarity, let’s call that kind of tolerance personal. That is, the act of enduring some undesirable hardship, etc. But in 1828 it … Continue reading