Kristen thought sex was a stepping stone towards a deep, meaningful relationship. But soon, what she thought she controlled, started to control her.
It’s important not to miss the forest for the trees and also important to keep nailing the Bible’s teaching about gender to the church door.
God-honoring complementarity provides the context for the absolute best pleasure-filled fulfilling sex a human being might experience. It’s the winner. Bar none. Hands down.
Christ’s ideal for sex is exceedingly stringent. So stringent, that it left his disciples’ jaws dropping on the floor. So what are the “erotic necessities” for God-Glorifying sex?
If you think good sex produces fireworks, just imagine the fireworks that will take place at the fulfillment of that to which sex points! The thing about living in the shadowlands is that everything good points to something even better.
In the rhetoric surrounding gender roles, complementarity versus mutuality is often presented as a “red-pill-or-blue-pill” either-or scenario. But that’s a false dilemma. That’s a pill we don’t have to swallow.
Jared Wilson recently posted an excerpt that caused some virtual Evangelical fireworks. Though I’m late to the party, I’d like to address an important issue that I perceive to be at the root of the controversy.
SlutWalk marches protest a culture that’s too permissive with rape and sexual assault. But do they actually contribute to the problem they’re trying to solve?
The “look.” The tilt of the head. The flip of the hair. The sway of the hips. Is flirting just a game? Even the toddlers in the beauty pageants are taught to playfully writhe and pose in a seductive way.
In 1 Timothy 2:9, the Lord provides three guidelines that help Christian women figure out what and what not to wear. Asking yourself these three questions will help you figure out how to dress.
Last week’s Royal Wedding was a joyous event. I was so glad to hear the Officiate acknowledge—right up front—that as splendid as the marriage of William and Kate was, it pales in comparison with that to which it points.