Book Summary: What Does the Bible Really Teach about Homosexuality? | Kevin DeYoung

Some are saying that the Bible does not condemn committed, monogamous homosexual relationships. In Kevin DeYoung’s What Does the Bible Really Say about Homosexuality?, DeYoung addresses arguments made by modern Progressives and assesses a way for Christians to remain biblically faithful and also compassionate as we attempt to understand this cultural minefield.

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Apostolic Age Heresy: The Ebionites

Apostolic Age Heresy: The Ebionites

The Ebionites were one of the earliest aberrations of Christianity. Part Jewish, part “Christian,” they denied everything important to orthodox, Biblical truth–from the incarnation, to the deity of Jesus, to his substitutionary atonement. Looking back, it’s hard to see what their attraction to Christ was at all.

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The Shack: A Resource List

The Shack: A Resource List

The Shack seems to have taken the Christian world by storm, leaving in its path a trail of controversy that has many Christians finding themselves dogmatically opposed to one another. Some find the book merely an inspiring fictitious work and, therefore, are rather...

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The Gospel in Church History

The Gospel in Church History

I found this series of articles by Nathan Busenitz of The Cripplegate to be quite helpful, particularly when wanting to learn to properly and intellectually combat the idea that the Reformers just sort of conjured up of salvation by grace through faith in the 1500s....

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Women Bereans: Noble, Not Obnoxious

There is a great difficulty in being a discerning woman in the church when relativism is running rampant. As I stated in an earlier post, discerning women and emotionalist women (not to be confused with emotional women) tend to be at odds in the local church because...

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