Wait, wait. Who said that we should be shaming women for their shape? We should be shaming them for their dress, which is something entirely under their control.
Why is the dichotomy false? Please show your work. I’m not trying to be snarky here. I actually want to know how you think this is supposed to work. How can we help the guys out without making (some of) the girls feel guilty? Or do we prioritize female self-esteem and tell the males to […]
Which is more important: protecting women from shame or men from lust? Is it better for a woman to be plagued by anxiety and guilt for her dress, or for a man to be plagued by anxiety and guilt for his thoughts?
I’m astounded though, by how quickly those who believe in hope and the redemption of all things become insistent that the only reasonable answer on this question is one based on the premise that we’re all basically animals ruled by base instincts who should therefore be governed accordingly. We believe in the redemption of all […]
Newness should give us a reason for skepticism, but skepticism isn’t the same thing as outright rejection. It’s possible for innovations to be found healthy and good, and possible for old things to be judged corrupt. The length of the tradition supporting a particular practice or idea is, indeed, a strong argument in its favor, […]
What Fearsome said.
Why do you have to retreat into a Christian subculture to be defiant and counter-cultural? How do you propose to be counter-cultural, if not by belonging to a counter-culture? This is a serious question. It seems like you want Christians to have a distinct set of morals and lifestyle, but without that distinctness actually separating […]
After discussion with my wife, we agreed to cancel our WV sponsorships and move the money to a different organization. When we talked about it, we remarked that if World Vision weren’t presenting itself as a Christian organization, we wouldn’t have the least problem with this. We have no expectation for non-Christians to behave according […]
Chris, if obesity activism and “Pride Pride” were being used as pretexts to harass Christian businesses, defame the Church, and vilify traditional Christianity, then I’d react the same way. However, at the moment this is where the enemy has decided to attack the Church, and this is where I want Christian organizations that ask for […]
This is the first I’d heard about World Vision. My wife and I currently support them, but I suspect that we’ll be moving our money elsewhere after we discuss this. I don’t have time to support Christian organizations that are afraid to be, you know, <i>Christian</i>.