Monthly Archives: October 2019

  • Love Thy Body – Part 1

    I have recently started leading a book study of Nancy Pearcey’s newest book Love Thy Body: Answering Hard Questions about Life and Sexuality. As the subtitle suggests, the book addresses a number of culturally sensitive subjects such as abortion, homosexuality, and transgenderism. And there were a bunch of reasons I chose this book for our group to study: the prevailing cultural ethos, the lack of sophistication in Christian responses to these hot-button issues, to name a couple. But, as I told the group who gathered to study the book with me, it wasn’t the cultural issues that initially grabbed my attention and it wasn’t those issues that became the primary determiner of choosing this book to study. Rather it was the title of the book that captivated my attention. “Love Thy Body.”

    I am concerned that there is a … Read More »