A Response to ‘God and the Gay Christian’

Matthew Vines’ book "God and the Gay Christian", and the movement it represents, is a direct confrontation to the church’s traditional understanding of marriage. If the book falls into the hands of uninformed Christians, who are liable to succumb to cultural pressures and adopt the sexual standards of a secular world, then the rising generation of evangelicals may lose sight of God’s design for human sexuality. In this article, we will review several of his…

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Victory for Hobby Lobby in its Refusal to Provide Abortifacient Drugs

Hobby Lobby has received a victory from the Supreme Court today in its refusal to provide abortifacient drugs as it was required to do in the ObamaCare law. Summit was pleased to join 23 other ministries, such as Compassion International, Young Life, and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, in an amicus brief filed with the Supreme Court opposing the contraception mandate under the health care reform law.

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Islamist Groups Terrorize in the Name of Allah: Is the Misuse of God’s Name the Greatest Sin?

The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is on the move, threatening to subdue Baghdad after seizing Fallujah, Mosul, and a host of other territories in the region. ISIS and other Islamic terrorist organizations, whose violent exploits have saturated news coverage this week, are fueled by a desire to overthrow governments not based on Sharia law and to establish an Islamic state. Their fury is unleashed on "anyone who is not governed by what…

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The Journal | July 2014

The July Journal introduces part one of a two-part series on living as Christians in a sexually broken world. Part One seeks to answer the question, "How can Christians develop a consistent, defensible sexual ethic in the church?" Dr. Jeff Myers discusses how Summit's Student Conferences handle issues like same-sex marriage, sexual brokenness, and masculinity/femininity.

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