Category Archives: Sociology

When Harry Became Sally (Book Review)

Last month I had the privilege of attending a “Pastor’s Summit” in Richmond, Virginia, hosted by the Family Foundation.  The topic was The Transgender Moment in which Western culture finds itself in this second decade of the 21st century.  Formatted … Continue reading

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Good Faith (Book Review)

Most people in America have heard of the Barna Group.  It is a Christian sociological research organization with expertise in statistical polling of the population.  Fewer folks have heard of Q.  “Q” is a community devoted to learning and education … Continue reading

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enGendered (Book Review)

What is the essence of human gender?  Right now this is a question at the forefront in our culture.  Turns out it’s not so easy to give a solid answer.  Just as Diogenes pointed out to Plato that man cannot … Continue reading

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An Anxious Age (Book Review)

Do you ever wonder why the current spiritual milieu of America is what it is? Surely there are many explanations that thoughtful Christians offer: lack of revival, the institutional battles between institutional science and religion, pluralism, secularism, modernism, postmodernism, multiculturalism, … Continue reading

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