Daily Archives: February 26, 2014

Secularization in Christianity’s Opposition to Pornography?

Sociological Images (well worth following, by the way) has just posted this fascinating piece on changes in Christian discourse in opposition to pornography: Sociologist Jeremy Thomas tested this proposition, looking at changes in how authors writing for the popular magazine Christianity … Continue reading

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Response to Hannon on Heterosexuality

Over on Mere Orthodoxy, Matthew Lee Anderson has written a helpful response to Michael Hannon’s recent First Things piece ‘Against Heterosexuality’. I read Hannon’s piece over a week ago and had a number of concerns about it when I did … Continue reading

Posted in Controversies, Sex and Sexuality, The Blogosphere, Theological | 11 Comments

Why We Shouldn’t Trust Our Stories

Earlier today, Derek Rishmawy posted a piece entitled ‘My Evangelical Story Isn’t So Bad (Or, a Ramble on Experience, Biography, & Theology)’. Within it he discusses his generally positive experience of growing up as an evangelical and how this colours … Continue reading

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