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What is a Woman? I unashamedly experienced FOMO last week when the highly anticipated and predicably controversial documentary, What is a Woman? released. Nearly every conservative commentator I follow and news-focused podcast show I listen to was talking about this film. I felt like an outsider trying to get into the “coming out party” of the season, but […]

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The Grand Design: Male and Female He Made Them By Owen Strachan & Gavin Peacock Perhaps the most telling sign that we exist in a morally depraved, secularist society is the inability for individuals to answer the fundamental question, “What is a woman?”[1] It’s baffling and incomprehensible. How could America go from multiple waves of feminist […]

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Mama Bear Apologetics Guide to Sexuality: Empowering Your Kids to Understand & Live Out God’s Design By Hillary Morgan Ferrer (with Amy Davison) Sexuality and gender ideology have been creeping into nearly every facet of culture over the last decade, but in 2021 its sneaky influence wasn’t just apparent. It was mainstream. In 2021, the […]

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In an effort to provide a very basic understanding and an “elementary” introduction to the discussion of gender identity, the science behind it, how Christians should respond, and what the Bible actually says, I decided to create a “catch all” resource per your review and consideration. It is my hope that this article will serve as a […]

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Embodied: Transgender Identities, the Church & What the Bible has to Say By Preston Sprinkle I may have been incredibly naïve, but when I became a parent in January 2010, I never anticipated having any, let alone many, conversations surrounding gender identity.  Fast-forward a decade and it seems you cannot escape a day without encountering some form […]

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The End of Gender: Debunking the Myths About Sex and Identity in Our Society By Dr. Debra Soh I studied journalism in college and briefly worked as a news reporter in both television and print before leaving the field due to sexual harassment. I preface with that because I am educated and trained to be […]

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