About Bible & Culture
The purpose of The Bible & Culture is to provide our congregation with a concise and informative resource page to help aid in nurturing a biblical worldview in a culture that is growing more secular. In no way is this an exhaustive list, but should be used as a great place to begin understanding how God’s Word interacts with our world.
Sex & Sexuality
The author answers an important question: “just what is pornography?” Then he “look[s] at a few other myths and questions about this destructive plague.”
“I’ve been hearing a lot [of] conversations [where] God’s Word is used to argue that the church needs to change its view on same-sex marriage, even though Scripture seems uniformly against it.”
Listen in as Christopher Yuan gives a biblical response to “How should Christians respond to homosexuality and more importantly those in the LGBT community?”
While this was written last year, the author gives a great, brief overview of transgenderism.
“The election season is in full swing, and there’s no way to avoid the Facebook post from the friend who swears they “never” talk politics, or the Twitter “rant” from the coworker that you didn’t even think watched the news.”
This is an article written in response to Pastor Tony Campolo’s “full acceptance of Christian gay couples in the church” from last summer.
Dr. Moore addresses the “necessity of complementarity and the importance of marriage from an evangelical Protestant perspective.“
“Isn’t it hypocritical of Christians to protest so loudly about homosexuality when the real marital problem in our churches is divorce?”
Listen and watch this conversation over feeling “left out” in the church.
Sanctity of Life
A very important article discussing the reality and accessibility of sex trafficking in the United States.
Listen and watch a discussion about the impact of the Civil Rights Act on both the United States and the Church.
A biblical response to the belief that “The unborn person does not have constitutional rights.”
An informative article and response to the argument that assisted suicide should be legal.
“You don’t have to be brilliant to show people who Jesus really is. Most people don’t come to Christ through the sophisticated arguments of top-tier philosophers or theologians, but through the faithful pointing by an ordinary person to the extraordinary brilliance of Jesus as he reveals himself in Scripture.”