Sproul Jr. : If You Give a Gal a Bishopric…

[T]he Church of England has ordained their very first female Bishop, her name is Libby Lane. Not long after her installation as a bishop, she proposed some significant changes that would take away what yet remains the best part of the church of England:…she has some changes in mind for the Book of Common Prayer. It is not changing the doctrine of how we have … Continue reading Sproul Jr. : If You Give a Gal a Bishopric…

G. K. Chesterton: It’s Not Gay, and It’s Not Marriage

One of the pressing issues of Chesterton’s time was “birth control.” He not only objected to the idea, he objected to the very term because it meant the opposite of what it said. It meant no birth and no control. I can only imagine he would have the same objections about “gay marriage.” The idea is wrong, but so is the name. It is not gay … Continue reading G. K. Chesterton: It’s Not Gay, and It’s Not Marriage

Sproul: Surrendering the Culture War

There is a great difference between being like a lamb before the slaughter and rolling over and showing your neck. Christians need to learn to tell the difference. We find ourselves dizzy with the swiftness by which we have lost our privilege in the culture and have become virtual pariahs. Our sitting president, while serving as president, took a position on gay “marriage” that now … Continue reading Sproul: Surrendering the Culture War

Canadian Warns US: Homosexual Marriage Erodes Fundamental Rights

I am one of six adult children of gay parents who recently filed amicus briefs with the US Supreme Court, asking the Court to respect the authority of citizens to keep the original definition of marriage: a union between one man and one woman to the exclusion of all others, so that children may know and may be raised by their biological parents. I also … Continue reading Canadian Warns US: Homosexual Marriage Erodes Fundamental Rights

“There is no stronger bond than that between mother and child”

[Editor’s note: Primal bond, is obviously an evolutionary term we wouldn’t normally use here. God created a wonderfully amazing bond between mother and child and deserves the credit.] Last week the anniversary of an old injustice and the prospect of a new injustice came together and challenged us. March 21 was the second anniversary of the National Apology for Forced Adoption. In 2013 our then … Continue reading “There is no stronger bond than that between mother and child”

Mainwaring: Gay ‘marriage’ is really about incremental totalitarianism

Editor’s note: The loss of freedoms means restrictions and penalties in many areas. Hobby Lobby’s fight against Obama care.  The government control of business is crippling our country. This explains Dolce and Gabbana’s interest in fighting for the preservation of marriage as defined by God. Also, there is grace for those redeemed in Christ who abused alcohol and there is grace for those who suffer … Continue reading Mainwaring: Gay ‘marriage’ is really about incremental totalitarianism

Synthetic Children, Spiritual Orphans, and the Obliteration of Mothers

[Editor’s Note: One of the authors references evolution’s affect on survival due to parental bonds. We disagree with the premise that evolution exists. We do agree that family is key. Filial love is powerful as is the inherit nature which God designed that ties us to our parents, but more so than this is a godly heritage and the bonds of Christianity, faith passed on … Continue reading Synthetic Children, Spiritual Orphans, and the Obliteration of Mothers

Ham: Why is Marriage Just for Two?

For years I have been asking the question “why only two?” to those people who support gay marriage. You see, the idea of marriage being between only two people is biblically based. Marriage is for two people—a man and a woman—because God created it to be that way in Genesis. Since He is Creator, only God has the right to say what marriage is and … Continue reading Ham: Why is Marriage Just for Two?

Men and Women, are they interchangeable?

The News Story – 4,100 jobs opening to women in special operations units “More than 4,100 officer and enlisted ‘men only’ positions in special operations units of the Regular Army, National Guard and Army Reserve will be opened to women,” reports the Army Times. These changes, according to the story, are part of an ongoing effort to dismantle “policies that have barred women from serving … Continue reading Men and Women, are they interchangeable?

Understanding Homosexuality and Same Sex Marriage – How Did We Get Here?

Homosexuality and Same Sex Marriage Introduction from GFBCSPRING on Vimeo. The debate over homosexuality is arguably the most important moral issue of our day. Unfortunately, there isn’t much of a debate anymore. Even those who oppose things like “Same Sex Marriage” still hold to views and ideas that undermine the very foundation of their biblical worldview. This video is an introduction to GfBC’s Semper Reformanda … Continue reading Understanding Homosexuality and Same Sex Marriage – How Did We Get Here?