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Sex, Sin and Suffering

This truly is a sexual revolution. But in the fight for freedom and egalitarianism, we all lose. We devalue sex. Devalue marriage. Devalue your body. Devalue authority. Devalue life. Sex is about pleasure not about commitment. Marriage is about feelings not about covenant. Your body is only as good as others perceive it. Authority structures exist to be broken. Abortion is about choic...
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A perspective on men in church

This post will be a little different to my previous articles because I’ll be commenting on the potentially controversial topic of man’s place in society. I've been reflecting on my own journey as a Christian man, and my interactions with society and Church. I realised that while I have many idealistic notions of life, such as hopes for a stable career, healthy spiritual growth, stable marriage...
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The Holy Family

Our families are a key part of our lives that is very intimate and personal; the bond that is shared between family members is one that is very sacred and can be a blessing or curse depending on circumstances. As children, we realize eventually that it is one of those bonds that doesn't center on choice, but rather a God given relationship that is presented to us before we even knew it. How...
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Recovering Chivalry

I recently sat down with a few friends to discuss what it means for a Christian man to be manly. We had mixed opinions on what it exactly Christian masculinity is. So that weekend I set out to examine what Christian masculinity means in our modern age. Progressive? Much of modern evangelical Christian culture is greatly influenced by American Christianity, particularly in the 20th and 21st c...
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