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Nancy Pearcey Explains The Toxic War on Masculinity plus a Review
Podcasts

Nancy Pearcey Explains The Toxic War on Masculinity plus a Review

Summary – Nancy Pearcey Explains The Toxic War on Masculinity In this episode of Dare to Think, Kerry Baldwin interviews Professor Nancy Pearcey about her book, The Toxic War on Masculinity. This book is not intended to take sides in cultural-religious debates between Complementarianism and Egalitarianism. Instead, Pearcey examines a

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Genuinely Prolife Society
Culture

What Would a Genuinely Prolife Society Look Like?

The abortion debate has been so hyper-focused on the question of rights, that few (if any) have actually contemplated, in a realistic fashion, what a genuinely prolife society might look like. Militants on both sides imagine certain kinds of dystopia if the other had their way and all arguments led

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decriminalizing prostitution purity culture
Podcasts

Decriminalizing Sex: Where Prostitution Meets Purity Culture

Summary – Decriminalizing Sex: Where Prostitution Meets Purity Culture An odd twist in my research on a libertarian theory of reproductive rights (and abortion), I’ve had to dive into how the criminal justice system treats the crime of rape. In doing so, I’ve been led to what might appear to

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romans 13 reformed view civil governance
Originally Published on The Libertarian Christian Institute

Romans 13 and Civil Governance: A Reformed View

NEW! You can now listen to the Reformed Libertarians Podcast by Gregory Baus The Reformed theological tradition historically holds to an interpretation of Romans 13 that, in its basic outline, is compatible with libertarian anarchism, or ‘stateless civil governance.’ Not all libertarian Christians are anarchists or confessional Reformed Protestants (Calvinists), of

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The Wisdom of Trauma A Christian Review
Book Reviews

The Wisdom of Trauma – A Christian Review

The Wisdom of Trauma is a documentary produced by a nonprofit organization called, Science and Nonduality (SAND). SAND’s mission is inspired and informed by cutting edge science aimed at healing people through an understanding of the interconnectedness of our physical, social, spiritual, and creative wellbeing. The Wisdom of Trauma presents

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