The 'gender' of gender identity doesn't exist.
'Into the Headwinds' by Terryl Givens and Nathaniel Givens, an insightful defense of religious faith.
'Irreversible Damage' by Abigail Shrier is essential reading for every parent of young girls today.
Should secular societies like the USA define the words 'man' and 'woman' based on proof (biological sex) or based on faith (gender identity)?
The phrase 'gender-affirming care' is nonsense in a secular context.
Why are religious conservatives the ones who are defending secular reality? Where are our secular elites?
You can believe whatever you choose to believe, but you cannot demand that your truth claims be accepted as part of secular reality if you cannot prove they are true.
Being attracted to both men and women is only a problem if you choose to make it one.
The core sin of the LGBT movement is its attempt to take away our freedom to not believe.
A super-religion is a religious movement that pretends to be non-religious, thereby allowing its faith-based beliefs to be imposed on other religions and on secularism itself.
Not belonging to an organized religion doesn't give you license to throw provable reality out the window.
In a secular society, proof must always be given precedence over faith, which means biological sex must always be given precedence over gender identity.
Gender identity only makes sense as a religious belief. As a secular belief, it's really, really stupid.
If same-sex sexuality is wrong (and it is), then same-sex dating has no destination other than sin.
When a company claims to be family-friendly, do you still agree with their definition?
How we interpret human sexuality is entirely up to us, so why do we choose to interpret it in a way that makes sin inevitable?
You have the right to be met in the neutral ground of the secular sphere, where provable reality is given precedence over unprovable beliefs like gender identity.
We recognize the profound effect role models have on a child's life. Why do we not realize this applies to their sexuality as well?
Why would we prioritize an unprovable definition over a provable one?
Those who display the rainbow flag are advocating in favor of two progressive religious beliefs.
I know a religious belief when I see one, and gender identity is a religious belief.
Our society is festering with divisiveness and incivility. Here are three things you can do to make things better.
When your professors preach progressive politics, remember: You don't have to take them seriously.
An anti-discrimination law that protects behavior is an anti-discrimination law that discriminates against belief.
The mystical power of "Gender Identity" is based on the divine authority of the Progressive Crowd.
Biology is not a religious belief.
The insults are gone, but the wall still remains.
Sensing that this topic is in desperate need of satire, I did my best to fill the need.
Defining gender to exclude physical reality makes it meaningless and pointless.
Stand patiently and determinedly in defense of what is correct.
By warping reality, you can turn a person's goodness against good itself.
There are two opposing worldviews about sexuality, only one of which is right.
The situation surrounding same-sex sexuality is worse than that of premarital sex.
The large difference one small experience can have on our lives.
They are chasing the very thing they are destroying.
Two points that sum up the reality of the situation around same-sex attraction.
We are standing on the last good boards of a dock that is rotting away.
Connected thoughts about religion, both formal and informal.
We need honorable men, not overgrown boys or housebroken males.
You can fit in or you can fix things. You can't do both. What do you do?
Questions to ask whenever someone claims to have found a 'gay gene'.
Am I just kicking a random tree, or am I firing at a charging lion?
Opposition to same-sex marriage is very different from opposition to interracial marriage.
An explanation of the weapon being used against you.
We are experiencing the consequences of identifying people based on attraction.
Summarizing the subject through a clear list of truths.
A post about words and our need for better ones.
A post about perspective and our need to keep a useful one.
Why I'm not an intellectual.
A post about identity.
A post about stewardship.