The victory of feminism created restless women—dissatisfied with home, confused about their bodies, never sufficiently honored at work—who blame society’s phobias for their problems.
It takes two to build and sustain a sexual constitution–and also to ruin one.
No institution—including the Church—is immune from feminism’s influence, so no one can ignore its deeply personal wounds.
The decline of Protestant higher education is manifest.
For too long the Right has sought to save universities from their own excesses. The result has been more and more excesses.
Most Christians have simply gone along with the ideas and opinions of the sexual revolution. One reason for this loss of Christian orthodoxy on sexual matters involves confusion about the roles of church, family, and school.
Can a country, saturated with pornography, be a great country? History hardly provides examples. This is not an accident.
America’s class divide presents a great challenge. Fashion points our churches and seminaries away from “our people,” but America’s working class is a huge mission field. Members of the working class object to our corrupt and corrupting current ruling elite. But they lash out with what are often vague notions of American patriotism or simple cussedness against the elite.
Marriage and family life may be the arenas of human life where the ongoing work of sanctification plays out most vividly. They cannot make human beings holy, but they open the human heart to accept God’s grace and to understand it.
Pagan and barbarian cultures had no problem with contraception and abortion. Christians always maintained strict prohibitions against such practices. This […]