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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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Apologetics – when you are sick and tired of it

I used to like doing┬áChristian apologetics, but I have grown weary of it┬álately. There are several reasons why I grew weary, but lately I thought, among others: “If the all-powerful God I serve chose, or allowed, to let Bible passages … Continue reading

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On Biblical womanhood, by a single female who love the Lord

Sites like “Ladies against feminism” (LAF) promote what they see, rightly or wrongly, as “Biblical womanhood.” They tell women to be good mothers and wifes, and discuss, among other things, how a Christian woman could raise children in a non-Christian … Continue reading

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Amen! Preach it, sister?

An enthusiastic Christian women, not long ago, lived submitting to and serving God. She taught and saw fruit on her work. She strived to keep God at the centre of what she does. She was happy, and felt her life … Continue reading

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Sex a sin?

Elsewhere on the Internet, on a topic irrelevant right now, I find this sentence: He was utterly interested in sex, partly for the usual reasons, strengthened by a religious upbringing telling him sex was a sin, …. And while researching … Continue reading

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