Resources from Summit

Sexual Brokenness, Part 2: How Can the Church Express the Truth About Sexuality in a Loving Way?

Same Sex Marriage John Stonestreet Sean Mcdowell

Read an excerpt from Same-Sex Marriage: A Thoughtful Approach to God’s Design for Marriage, a new book by Summit faculty John Stonestreet and Sean McDowell. This excerpt discusses how to answer some of the tough questions that come up about the issue of same-sex marriage. 

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Sexual Brokenness: Why the Church Falters in Its Defense of Biblical Sexuality & What to Do About It

Biblical-Sexual-Ethic

The fruit of the sexual revolution has now been harvested and is arriving by the truck load in our communities, homes, and churches. According to the traditional Christian conception, a human being is a dynamic unity of mind, body, and soul. Unfortunately, many Christians discount the importance of the body. 

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Video: Standing Firm When Your Faith Comes Under Attack

Stand Firm Masterpiece Cackshop

Standing Firm When Your Faith Comes Under Attack In our current cultural climate, there has been quite a bit of discussion about legal issues in regards to same-sex marriage and religious freedom. In this panel discussion, Jack Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop, and Jeremy Tedesco, who serves as senior counsel and vice president of U.S. Advocacy and Administration for the Alliance Defending Freedom, discuss the story and the questions behind the Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil… Read More →Video: Standing Firm When Your Faith Comes Under Attack

‘Just Who Do We Think We Are?’: The Supreme Court Redefines Marriage

'Just Who Do We Think We Are?': The Supreme Court Redefines Marriage

Last Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a 5-4 decision in the case of Obergefell v. Hodges, finding a constitutional right to same-sex marriage and invalidating marriage amendments in the constitutions of 31 states. For Christians, the ruling offers a chance to reassert our identity as “aliens and strangers” in this world, to witness to our neighbors while facing social scorn and financial consequences, and to practice faithfulness to Christ and when it’s most meaningful.
 

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Pandora’s Argument: Why Justified ‘Gay Marriage’ Justifies Anything

Pandora's Argument: Why Justified 'Gay Marriage' Justifies Anything

Whether it’s polygamy, sexual relationships between relatives, polyamory, or even bestiality, a floodgate of new sexual “orientations” has opened up, each of them enjoying the eager support of avant-garde journalists and entertainers. The coverage of this diverse collection of sexual preferences follows a familiar path blazed decades ago by LGBT activists and laid out in some books. 

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