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Love, tolerance, and making distinctions Print E-mail
Word on Fire
Thursday, Jul. 02, 2015 -- 12:00 AM

Last time, I wrote a piece on Bruce Jenner's transformation into Caitlyn Jenner. I argued that the manner in which Jenner spoke of his transition reflected a Gnostic anthropology, which is repugnant to a biblical view of the human being.

I didn't say a word about Jenner personally; I urged no violence against him/her; I didn't question his/her motives. I simply made an observation that the moral and spiritual context for transgenderism is, from a classically Christian standpoint, problematic.

Separation and divorce affect children's emotional life Print E-mail
Guest column
Thursday, Jul. 02, 2015 -- 12:00 AM

Question: "I'm currently going through a separation with my spouse and I'm concerned about my children. How could the separation affect them?"

Response: William McKenna, M.S., Clinical Extern at the IPS Center for Psychological Services

How will you answer the call? Print E-mail
Fonder Ponders
Thursday, Jun. 18, 2015 -- 12:00 AM

Fonder Ponders column by Jackson Fonder

About five years ago, I left a wonderful job in corporate America to join the nonprofit sector and have not looked back.

I can't tell you exactly what it was that compelled me to make such a drastic move. Over the years I had worked with many nonprofits, mostly as a volunteer, and loved the work and people involved. It just felt like it was the right thing to do. Almost like it was a calling.