Besides defining men and women, what is a man or woman supposed to do and be about? Answer that, and you will get a lot closer to understanding what a man or woman is.
I don’t see self-mutilation in the Bible where the function of our God-given reproductive organs is intentionally sabotaged to keep us from being fruitful and multiplying.
What makes teen girls so especially vulnerable to transgender activism is a combination of factors, including but not limited to the embarrassment inherent to puberty.
Now is as good a time as any for us to talk seriously about mammaries, and to ask what it can possibly mean when we read Deuteronomy 22:5 concerning men’s and women’s clothing.
Maybe what it means to be good men is that we turn our back on the frivolous, unscrupulous naysayers and walk away from them. Tune them out. They’re not really listening anyway.
As Dr. Du Mez sees it, so many American Evangelicals set aside their concerns about morality to vote for Trump because they never really cared about those things to begin with.
A nominee to the Supreme Court of the United States of America is asked by a United States Senator for all the world to see whether she can define what a woman is, and the nominee laughs and pleads ignorance.
Once again we see how the Left calls “hate speech” that kind of talk which they hate. And when they can’t rebut the logic and irony, they resort to cancellation.
These facts cannot be demeaning, or else we risk finding fault with our Creator. At the same time, these facts must just as surely have profound meaning and importance.
With the appointment of “queer activist” Sam Brinton, it is right to question both the lipstick and the pig as well as those who are silently ignoring the oinking noise in the barnyard.