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Definitions Matter: Rights

  You’re in a conversation and someone start talking about rights: “human rights,” “women’s rights,” “gay rights,” “trans rights,” or maybe they refer to things like healthcare, income, or a job as “rights.”   What would you say?   Definitions matter. In conversations, we often find ourselves using the same vocabulary as others, but not

Quick Take: The NCAA and Transgender Athletes

Having conversations about the NCAA and Transgender Athletes? Remember these two things: No one is banning transgender athletes from sports. The proposed measures are only to prohibit biological males who identify as females from competing against biological females. The fact that these protections are only needed one way tells you everything you need to know

You Can’t Be Gay If Gender Is Invisible

The “LGBTQ” acronym is everywhere. This movement that has its own flag, is called a “community,” and claims to be united on important core beliefs. But is that true? What would you say? Though we’ve been conditioned to think of “LGBTQ” as a singular movement, the deepest beliefs of those in the transgender community directly

Christians are Morally Required to Bake Cakes for Same-Sex Weddings

You’re in a conversation about marriage and someone says, “Christians are called to love people. That means they have to bake cakes for gay weddings. Otherwise, they’re just being mean.” What would you say? It’s true that Christians are called to love our neighbors, and putting love does not mean doing whatever someone asks you

It’s Fair for Boys to Play Girls Sports If They Say They’re Girls

You’re in a conversation and someone says, “Transgender athletes should be able to participate on whatever sports teams they choose. Girls’ sports should be open to anyone who says they are female.” What would you say? Some people think that gender is determined by how you feel and identify, not by your biology. So, if

Are Christians Legally Required to Bake Gay Wedding Cakes?

You’re in a conversation about marriage and religious freedom and someone says, “Discrimination is illegal. It doesn’t matter if you oppose same-sex marriage, you have to bake the cake.” What would you say? Even before the Supreme Court redefined marriage, some states and cities passed laws making sexual orientation a protected class. Today, some believe

Transgenderism Depends On Stereotypes

You’re in a conversation about sex and someone says that accepting transgender theory is necessary for our society to tear down harmful stereotypes about men and women? What would you say? Far from destroying sex stereotypes, transgender theory depends on rigid stereotypes about what it means to be a man or a woman. 1. Parents

God Didn’t Punish Sodom and Gomorrah for Homosexuality

You’re in a conversation about the Bible and homosexuality and someone says to you “God didn’t punish Sodom and Gomorrah for homosexuality, he punished them for inhospitality, promiscuity, and sexual violence.” What would you say? In the book of Genesis, God sent angels in the form of men to visit the town of Sodom in

Does Sex Reassignment Make People Happy?

You’re in a conversation and someone says “if you deny people sex reassignment surgery, they’re going to kill themselves. Is that what you want?” What would you say? First, it’s important to recognize what they’re trying to say. They care about people. They want them to be happy. That’s something we have in common. But

Jesus Never Condemned Homosexuality

What Did Jesus Say About Homosexuality? It can be difficult for us to understand the issue. Some people will say Jesus never condemned homosexuality; others will say Jesus did condemn homosexuality. If the topic does come up, what would you say? This video is here to help offer people a way to think about this

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