In this week’s episode, we dive into a few recent news stories as we work to discover meaning in a world that has increasingly abandoned truth and reason. We consider some of the causes and responses to the recent Texas school shooting, as well as the growing realization that the biggest victims of the Sexual Revolution have been women.
Andrew Sandlin explains the history of the complementarian movement, what it got right and wrong, and a biblical approach to understanding masculinity and femininity.
Special guest Nancy Pearcey explains personhood theory and its destructive consequences in the areas of abortion, euthanasia, transgenderism and homosexuality.
Tim Bayly discusses his book, The Grace of Shame: Seven Ways the Church has Failed to Love Homosexuals, and explains the role that shame plays in bringing about godly repentance.
Christians have a dual responsibility to fight sinful ideas and impulses, and minister to a hurting and broken world with the life and power of Jesus.
Part 2 of the interview with Joshua Gielow of truthXchange on the Revoice conference, where we talk about art, the church, community and gospel witness.
Joshua Gielow of truthXchange shares his experiences from the Revoice conference, and we talk about the family, hospitality, liberal Christianity and gay identity.
Language is given by God, to be used in conveying truth. Preferred personal pronouns seek to undermine God's created reality and affirms sin and rebellion.
In the fervor of revolutionary sexuality, we must ask whether the subversion of creational norms is causing harm or good to the human person and human society as a whole.