Tag Archives: Marriage

Redefining Marriage: Why Not?

Although we’d much rather discuss something else, the debate over the redefinition of marriage continues to hold the public’s attention. Furthermore, it does not seem that the case for the traditional definition of marriage can even receive a fair hearing.  Is it so ridiculous to suggest that we need an institution which insists that our children matter more than we do?

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Jesus and Marriage

A little storm brewed in evangelicalism’s tea-cup after Steve Chalke’s Oasis Trust lost its membership in the Evangelical Alliance. It seems that this was due to Chalke’s continued support for same-sex partnerships. The decision has brought the usual accusations of intolerance and intransigence.

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Around the Web #3: Deconversions and Same-Sex Marriage

Losing Young People to Atheism – Some Thoughts for Pastors

Last week we drew attention to research that indicates many young people leave the Church because their doubts are dismissed and their questions left unanswered. Now The Fixed Point Foundation reports that many “New” Atheists become disillusioned with the Church before they become disillusioned with Christianity.

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