How Autistic Traits Can Be Mistaken For Gender Dysphoria

In recent years there has been an exponential rise in the number of adolescents and young adults adopting transgender identities, stirring intense debate about its underlying causes. Mainstream discourse on this issue has centered on factors such as social influence, greater societal acceptance, and expanding . . . Continue reading →

A Tale of Two Student Protests

Student protests and threats to speakers are not a new thing. There were student strikes at the universities of Oxford and Paris in the thirteenth century. Martin Luther, arriving in Leipzig to debate John Eck in 1519, surrounded himself with an armed . . . Continue reading →

Revoice: Failed From The Start

In 2018, Wesley Hill published a report in First Things on a movement that claimed to be breaking new ground in the Christian discourse around faith and sexuality. It was the inaugural year of the Revoice conference, which billed itself as an . . . Continue reading →

“Cases Extraordinary,” The Spirituality Of The Church, And The Trans Crisis

On February 14, 2023 Evangel Presbytery of the PCA overtured the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) to petition the United States federal government by saying: God declares in Sacred Scripture that civil government, no less the Church, is . . . Continue reading →

Christopher Yuan Stands Up For Creational Sexuality

Christians are realizing the urgent need to be better equipped on biblical sexuality and gender. Christopher speaks all over the world to young people on issues of human sexuality. Last year, Christopher spoke in-person to 75,000 people in 22 states (often multiples . . . Continue reading →

Drag Queen Story Hour And The Pedophilia Spectrum

Drag Queen Story Hour—in which performers in drag read books to kids in libraries, schools, and bookstores—has become a cultural flashpoint. The political Right has denounced these performances as sexual transgressions against children, while the political Left has defended them as an . . . Continue reading →

Chris Gordon’s Reformed Catechism On Sexuality

As Christians grapple with living in a world where sexual identity has become a fluid concept for many people, how can believers develop a solid understanding regarding what the Bible actually says about our sexuality? Thankfully, pastor and Abounding Grace Radio host . . . Continue reading →

Paul Re-Forms The Body In Corinth

Embodiment is central to salvation, so is suffering in the body. Without the incarnation, passion, and ongoing enfleshed intercession of Christ, there is no redemption. This was the heartbeat of the apostle Paul’s preaching in ancient Corinth, a city pulsing with ideas . . . Continue reading →

Nature Is Nature (And Cloud Cuckoo Land Is Just That)

In 1996, the United States Senate passed and President Bill Clinton signed into law the “Defense of Marriage Act” (DOMA). The bill said, No State, territory, or possession of the United States, or Indian tribe, shall be required to give effect to . . . Continue reading →

Queer Culture Destabilizes, Subverts, And Excludes

In a recent New York Times opinion column, Pamela Paul makes an impassioned argument for why we should continue to use the word “gay” rather than “queer.” Not all gay people identify as queer, she correctly claims, and the Q-word’s rise to dominance thereby . . . Continue reading →

Gender Ideology Is The New State Religion

As a tax-paying district parent since 2008 who has sent her two children to the district Elementary, Middle and High School, I am aggrieved to find myself excluded from a very important conversation with my child, who I have loved since before . . . Continue reading →

Pronouns And The Destabilization Of Thought

When Vice President Kamala Harris announced her pronouns while introducing herself to pro-abortion disability rights activists, she also described what she was wearing: “I am Kamala Harris. My pronouns are she and her. I am a woman sitting at this table wearing . . . Continue reading →