Gender

wtb on April 3rd, 2015

Walt Kelley’s most famous quote, “we have met the enemy and he is us,” best illuminates how gay activists – a tiny percent of the population – have so successfully upended age-old understandings of gender and marriage.

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In the 60’s, Blacks were so effective in using sit-ins to oppose segregation that the image of lunch-counter discrimination has become emblematic of civil rights injustices in general. The lunch counter at the Woolworth’s Store on Granby Street [in Norfolk, VA], where 38 young African-Americans held a peaceful sit-in demonstration to protest the segregated lunch […]

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wtb on February 3rd, 2011

While I agree with Miss America on the problem of eating disorders, I think more depth would be useful in thinking about it.

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wtb on August 30th, 2010

Selected reasons why it’s great to be a guy. Harvested from the internet– but with a serious purpose.

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wtb on June 22nd, 2009

Very few passages are as difficult to interpret as 1 Cor. 11:2-16. Almost every verse is touched by some kind of uncertainty.

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Fishing is a “guy thing” in America– going to church is not. Modern-day Islam, Judaism, and Eastern Christianity are different.

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wtb on January 14th, 2009

Feminism is no longer a prominent issue, not because it has gone away, but rather because it has triumphed to the point of being taken for granted.

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wtb on January 12th, 2009

In the Incarnation, does it make a difference whether the Father sends the Son or the Son sends the Father? Copyrighted Image. Use here is considered fair use. Although most Christians would answer with a resounding “yes,” gender egalitarians, in their pursuit of radical equality between the sexes, appear to be suggesting otherwise. On the […]

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wtb on January 10th, 2009

The Island, directed by Michael Bay, is about a utopian society sealed-off from the rest of the world where participants live an idyllic life. Copyrighted image. Its use here in critical commentary qualifies as fair use under U.S. copyright law. Any other use may be a copyright infringement. The dark secret behind all the pleasantness […]

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The nature of homosexuality is tightly coupled to the nature of God.

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wtb on April 13th, 2006

Boys are risk takers. Girls are risk-averse. The eyes of boys are adept at detecting motion. The eyes of girls are better at identification. Girls hear better than boys. Girls navigate by landmarks processed in the cerebrum. Boys navigate by a built-in compass located in the hippocampus. Young boys cannot articulate their emotions. Young girls […]

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