Monthly Archives: September 2011

Evangelical Journal Says “Sexual Behavior Changes But Not Sexual Orientation”

A new study recently published in Edification, a journal from the evangelical Society for Christian Psychology reports, “Sexual behavior changes but not sexual orientation.” According to the published study, after an average of 16 years in mixed-orientation marriage, the same-sex … Continue reading

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The Day of Atonement and the New Testament

What relevance does the Jewish celebration of Yom Kippur have for New Testament believers?  Biblically, quite a lot!   Jews around the world will soon celebrate Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, the holiest day of the year.  I still remember vividly … Continue reading

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The Gay Debate and the Temperance Movement: Not-So-Strange Bedfellows?

Thanks to Michelle Bachmann and her family business that offers Christian counseling which includes “therapy” to reorient gay people, the debate over homosexuality and dubious claims of alleged change ministries have resurfaced once again.  The media highlights ex-gay treatments, theories and ministries … Continue reading

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