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20.1 – Spring 2015

April 20, 2015
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Table of Contents

Editorial
Jason G. Duesing, “Light and Fellowship in the Darkness,” pp. 1-3 PDF | Web
Essays & Perspectives
R. Albert Mohler, “Biblical Theology and the Sexual Crisis,” pp. 4-7 PDF | Web
Evan Lenow, “The Not-So-Unified Narrative of the LGBT Movement,” pp. 8-13 PDF | Web
Garrett Kell, “What Would Jesus Say to Someone Like Leelah Alcorn,” pp. 14-18 PDF | Web
Derek J. Brown, “Admonish the Idle: Thoughts on How to Motivate Lazy Men,” pp. 19-23 PDF | Web
Studies
Owen Strachan, “A Referendum on Depravity: Same-Sex Attraction as Sinful Desire,” pp. 24-34 PDF | Web
Craig Kline M.D. with David Schrock, “What Is Gender Reassignment Surgery? A Medical Assessment with a Biblical Appraisal,” pp. 35-47 PDF | Web
Sam Allberry, “You May Now Serve the Bride: The Trinity and Gender,” pp. 48-58 PDF | Web
From the Sacred Desk
Matthew Barrett, “God’s Design for Marriage: Celebrating the Beauty of Gender Roles in 1 Peter 3:1-7,” pp. 59-65 PDF | Web
Gender Studies in Review
Matthew Arbo, “A Review of Ellen K. Feder. Making Sense of Intersex: Changing Ethical Perspectives in Biomedicine,” pp. 66-69 PDF | Web
Josh Philpot, “A Review of Carol Meyers. Rediscovering Eve: Ancient Israelite Women in Context,” pp. 70-74 PDF | Web
Alex Carr, “A Review of Ronald Cole-Turner. Transhumanism and Transcendence: Christian Hope in an Age of Technological Enhancement,” pp. 75-77 PDF | Web
Megan Hill, “A Review of Jen Wilkin. Women of the Word: How to Study the Bible with Both Our Hearts and Our Minds,” pp. 78-80 PDF | Web
Andrew Walker, “A Review of Robert R. Reilly’s Making Gay Okay: How Rationalizing Homosexual Behavior Is Changing Everything,” pp. 81-84 PDF | Web
Godwin Sathianathan, “A Review of Andreas and Margaret Köstenberger. God’s Design for Man and Woman: A Biblical-Theological Survey,” pp. 85-87 PDF | Web

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