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Table of Contents
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
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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This new curriculum is aimed at Christians who are facing challenging questions with the rise of LGBT ideology on topics like homosexuality, transgenderism, gender dysphoria, intersex conditions, preferred pronouns, and more. The study is broken down into eight chapters that guide readers through the Bible’s teaching on gender, sexuality, and marriage. Male & Female He Created Them gives Christians with a biblical foundation that starts in Genesis 1 and 2 with God’s good design in making mankind male and female in His image.
Male & Female He Created Them: A Study on Gender, Sexuality, & Marriage can be purchased online at Christian Book, Christian Focus, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble.