Category Archives: values

When could we not stand on the Word?

I wish some Christians will be a little more humble. When others – especially fellow Christians – correct you, the best answer is often not: “I am standing on the Word, which will always be more right than your opinions!” … Continue reading

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Fatherless boys and respect – what is the real issue?

Found on the Internet: “We need more boys to grow up with fathers – then they are much more likely to know how to treat a woman with respect.” What is cause, and what is effect here? Is it: Men … Continue reading

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Good News Clubs and their critics: Introduction

If you ask me who, in my adult life, was my biggest role model, I will struggle to boil it down to one person. But I can boil it down to two in a heartbeat: Tania and Werner Schultz. You … Continue reading

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I wish Christians would stop calling homosexUALITY a sin

Kelvin is a respectable church-going single man. Kelvin appreciates church involvement more than most, because he would be even more lonely without it. But Kelvin has a secret: He is attracted to men. No, Kelvin is not sexually active. But … Continue reading

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Marriage, health and wealth – which is cause, which is effect?

Does anyone have data to say if this argument is the right way round?: “Marriage is the greatest ‘program’ to end poverty, child abuse, child sexual abuse, school dropout, college failure, health problems, drug problems, depression, out-of-wedlock births to teenagers, … Continue reading

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BDSM is not “safe:” The BDSM community in their own words

  Kinksters who are honest admit that the BDSM scene has predators. Kitty Stryker say: … Basically, we [Kitty and Maggie Mayhem] realized that we have had very similar negative experiences in the BDSM scene. When we started talking about … Continue reading

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Why I don’t try to be good without Jesus

In a recent internet discussion, someone was blasting “Christianity” and wishing for Christians to deconvert. She mentioned, in her rant, a lot of ugly things “Christianity” does in her view. I answered that I dislike those things too. But Christianity is … Continue reading

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