Christian Action: Does the US Supreme Court’s Re-Definition of Marriage Really Matter?

With the US Supreme Court’s decision and the extraordinary pressures to re-define marriage and accommodate the demands by gay activists for homosexual unions to be accepted as “marriage”, many are asking: Well, what difference does it make?the pink agenda Revolutionary Agenda Fourteen years ago Africa Christian Action published the landmark book: The Pink Agenda – Sexual Revolution in South Africa and the Ruin of the … Continue reading Christian Action: Does the US Supreme Court’s Re-Definition of Marriage Really Matter?

Homosexual Battle Plans Revealed: Destroy Marriage

“It’s a no-brainer that (homosexual activists) should have the right to marry, but I also think equally that it’s a no-brainer that the institution of marriage should not exist. …(F)ighting for gay marriage generally involves lying about what we are going to do with marriage when we get there — because we lie that the institution of marriage is not going to change, and that … Continue reading Homosexual Battle Plans Revealed: Destroy Marriage

Theology which Confronts the Sexual Revolution and Moral Upheaval

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By Albert Mohler

Western society is currently experiencing what can only be described as a moral revolution. Our society’s moral code and collective ethical evaluation on a particular issue has undergone not small adjustments but a complete reversal. That which was once condemned is now celebrated, and the refusal to celebrate is now condemned.

What makes the current moral and sexual revolution so different from previous moral revolutions is that it is taking place at an utterly unprecedented velocity. Previous generations experienced moral revolutions over decades, even centuries. This current revolution is happening at warp speed.

As the church responds to this revolution, we must remember that current debates on sexuality present to the church a crisis that is irreducibly and inescapably theological. This crisis is tantamount to the type of theological crisis that Gnosticism presented to the early church or that Pelagianism presented to the church in the time of Augustine. In other words, the crisis of sexuality challenges the church’s understanding of the gospel, sin, salvation, and sanctification. Advocates of the new sexuality demand a complete rewriting of Scripture’s metanarrative, a complete reordering of theology, and a fundamental change to how we think about the church’s ministry. Continue reading “Theology which Confronts the Sexual Revolution and Moral Upheaval”

Archive: Greg Bahnsen, on Gay Warlords and Civil Legislation, Takes the Cake…Back.

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[Editor’s Note: And again, reposting the repost! Be sure to click on CCEL’s link to Greg Bahnsen’s “Homosexuality: A Biblical View” at the end of this article and read what is available.  Originally posted nearly a year ago today on January 25th 2014. It’s time for a re-post especially considering the nonsensical and damaging SOTU address.]

In many states, sodomy laws are still on the books though often unenforceable as a landmark Supreme court ruling in 2003 ruled state sodomy laws unconstitutional. Many people aren’t even aware they exist now that homosexuality appears to be the norm that always was. Celebrities and politicians, (<–link not for young audiences) tell us we’re crazy for making such a big deal over the ever growing reach of the homosexual populous. The New York Times suggests the traditional family isn’t real outside of a Norman Rockwell painting. Christians are feeling increasingly pushed back into a corner as they see sodomite couples demanding civil rights, and taking over what traditionally has belonged to a Christian society. From wedding cakes to parenting, nothing seems to be hands-off any more. Even our wallets are not without their reach. Continue reading “Archive: Greg Bahnsen, on Gay Warlords and Civil Legislation, Takes the Cake…Back.”

Who Killed the American Family? By Phyllis Schlafly

Commentator Micah Clark caught lesbian journalist Masha Gessen on a radio program admitting that homosexual activists are not merely trying to access the institution of marriage — they want to radically redefine and eventually eliminate marriage. Here are Gessen’s words: It’s a no-brainer that [homosexual activists] should have the right to marry, but I also think equally that it’s a no-brainer that the institution of … Continue reading Who Killed the American Family? By Phyllis Schlafly

[Obama is] painting a picture of how he’d like to expand the administrative state to include government pre-school. Because public schools are doing such a good job generally. Anyway, he then took an absolutely bizarre swipe against stay-at-home mothers: “Sometimes, someone, usually Mom, leaves the workplace to stay home with the kids, which then leaves her earning a lower wage for the rest of her … Continue reading

Are the Kids Really Alright?

Editor’s Note: You’ll probably get a headache reading this and the headache is case in point. We’re looking in the wrong place for answers (science), going to great lengths to do so, and as always looking at data after the fact. After the damage is done. Don’t be confused by the swap of terms, ‘data’ for ‘consequences.’ It is no surprise that we are saying, … Continue reading Are the Kids Really Alright?

Is Marriage a Form of Prostitution?

By Angela Shanahan at Mercatornet The tired old ideas of ageing feminists are being discredited by a younger generation. When I heard that an Australian social commentator called Jane Caro had compared “traditional” marriage to prostitution on the popular TV program Q&A, I thought, “Oh, here we go again!” That trope of feminist literature is almost as raddled as the raddled old feminists themselves. After pushing the … Continue reading Is Marriage a Form of Prostitution?

Sloan, Lahl: Inconvenient truths about commercial surrogacy

The Minnesota Senate and House are currently considering two separate bills to legalize commercial surrogacy in the state (S.F. 2627 and H.F. 291). This is occurring despite that similar legislation was defeated just last year and a bill similar to what has been proposed in the Senate was vetoed in 2008. One would think that since Minnesota has twice rejected the proposal of legalizing baby-selling … Continue reading Sloan, Lahl: Inconvenient truths about commercial surrogacy