Category: Our Broken Culture

  • The Problem with Love That Has No Labels

    Thoughts for this article comes from the post Identity: Learning to love the difference for The Gospel Coalition Australia. Last week Dan Patterson wrote a very interesting article for the Gospel Coalition Australia Blog on the subject of Identity.  In it he describes a poignant short-film called Love has no labels that speaks against the […]

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  • How the Image of God affects Pornography

                          Thoughts in this article and quotations come from http://www.canonandculture.com/10-lies-you-must-affirm-in-order-to-look-at-porn by Jared Moore   Yesterday I wrote an article looking at the demise of Playboy who last week shared they would no longer use nude photographs.  This isn’t because of a conviction, but due to their […]

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  • How Playboy Became Boring

    Last week the unthinkable happened….playboy decided to no longer include nudity in their magazine. At first this may seem like victory for Christians who fight against pornography until you read what the read the reason for this given by Scott Flanders, their chief executive. “You’re now one click away from every sex act imaginable for free. […]

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  • Thoughts on Generalizations of the Millennial Generation

    One of the most interesting articles I read last weekend was “When we talk about Millennials, We’re Usually Talking about White People” by Chris Martin.  In it he gives a very timely warning about making blanket statements about young adults of the millennial generation while really talking about one part of the group. When we […]

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  • Why we don’t use the “do not disturb” button on our phones

    Last Friday night after a young-peoples Bible study four of us went over to my house for sandwiches, coke, and some fellowship.  We ended up laughing and talking for about two-hours before I kicked them off my front porch. This was a fun time of interaction and relationship development but one thing bothers me as […]

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