When I was a college freshman at Pepperdine, I was asked to read Aristophones' Lysistrata. Here's the gist of it: In a fairly graphic farce, Lysistrata persuades the other women to withhold sexual privileges from their men as a means of forcing them to end the Peloponnesian War. After withholding sex
Sex is a source of shame for many people…including Christians. Perhaps, especially Christians. This shouldn't be the case. God is the Creator and Architect of sex, and has given us much guidance on how to experience sexual abundance while avoiding sexual immorality. Historically, however, the Church has focused on the
One of the biggest small mistakes churches make is to avoid the sometimes awkward subjects of money and sex. I'd love to hear your thoughts on this.