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Pure Living in a Pagan Culture

Back in 2011, while preaching through Leviticus,  I addressed a number of sexual issues when I came to chapters 18-22 in a message entitled “Pure Living in a Pagan Culture.” In light of the themes of Jesus’ letters to Pergamum and Thyatira, I thought these excerpts from that sermon were timely and appropriate for God’s […]

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Q Zone: “It Takes Two” Takes 5

Even when there is succinct clarity and laser-like accuracy, questions should be expected, not rejected. And so we address a few pertaining to marriage issues in this follow-up post to Sunday’s message, “It Takes Two.” (Click here to listen to the message.) Q: How can we explain how kings and patriarchs in the Bible had […]

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“It Takes Two” — Bonus Bits!

We began a short, 3-week series today designed to highlight two things fundamental to marriage. We’ve drawn them from a single verse penned by the writer of Hebrews  — 13:4. (Yep, you’ll have to catch the message to find out what the two things are.) However, I have highlighted a few of the “noteable quotables” […]

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Portman’s Pickle: It’s About More Than Sex

You can always tell what someone really believes by what it takes to change their mind. Such is the case with Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) who came out today in support of same-sex marriage after his son, Will, told him and his wife he was gay. According to various reports this morning, this has been […]

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Rights or Choices?

I am more convinced than ever that the fundamental strategy of the homosexual community is to equate sexual rights with civil rights. This is how they intend to infiltrate the legal and cultural systems of our country and change things to accommodate their destructive choices. They’ve been at it for decades, and they show no […]

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