The Wall Street Journal weighs in on why even feminists should be opposed to skimpy clothes for teenage girls.
All of which brings me to a question: Why do so many of us not only permit our teenage daughters to dress like this—like prostitutes, if we’re being honest with ourselves—but pay for them to do it with our AmEx cards?
Kirk Cameron recently found himself in a media firestorm for affirming biblical teaching on homosexuality. Denny Burk has an interesting take.
Our culture is not threatened by those who abandon the Christian faith, but by those who uphold it. It is not newsworthy that liberal mainline churches have abandoned Christianity’s 2,000-year-old sexual ethic or that Roman Catholic politicians routinely take stands that contradict their church’s teaching. What is newsworthy is that there are still some Christians who will not change their beliefs in order to accommodate the ever-shifting sexual mores of the prevailing culture.
Albert Mohler’s 2012 Book Recommendations for Preachers.
How an Affair Begins. You should read this.
At some point in the conversation, the man made the comment that his wife doesn’t let him go on and on like that about his hobbies. That’s when my friend felt a curious check in her spirit. As she drove home, she thought with a shudder how she had enjoyed the flattery of being told she is a superior listener.
That was a narrow escape.