Jubilee 2013 Spring - Sexuality

 

A Biblical View of Marriage and Sexuality

by Joe Boot

April 2, 2014

Sexuality and marriage have been distorted in our contemporary culture. This is a result of false religion which produces self-centred, self-gratifying perversion. But true biblical faith will lead to a proper, fulfilling and other-centred view of sex within marriage which reflects the beauty, sanctity and joy of God.

 

Plastic People

by Scott Masson

April 2, 2014 | Deuteronomy 6:4-7

The reconstruction of gender and sexual identity today is a sign of what people worship. Worship of anything other than the true living God, turns us into plastic people and destroys life.

 

Augustine on the Good of Marriage (Part 2)

by David Robinson

April 1, 2013

The redefinition of marriage along subjective criteria of modern relationship theory, rather than the external standard of God's word, is in fact a denial of marriage itself.

 

Augustine on the Good of Marriage (Part 1)

by David Robinson

April 1, 2013 | Genesis 2:24; Ephesians 5:31

Augustine's theology of marriage hinges on the three goods of marriage: children, fidelity, and sacrament. The denial of these goods is a critical point in contemporary efforts to redefine marriage.

 

Gender and Sexuality

by David Robinson and Jennifer Forbes and Joe Boot and Peter Jones and Scott Masson

April 1, 2013

Human sexuality is intrinsic to the created order, and God's intent for it is happiness, blessing, and offspring; it is a gift. Rejection of this gift is the source of relational chaos and disorder; it is vandalism and not freedom.

 

Redeeming Redefined Sexuality

by Jennifer Forbes

April 1, 2013 | Hebrews 13:4; Romans 6:12-14

Scripture repeatedly exhorts us to honor marriage and sex as perfect gifts from God. To rebel against the biblical prescriptions for sex and marriage is not liberation, but confusion and slavery.

 

Sex and the History of Christianity

by Joe Boot

April 1, 2013 | 1 Corinthians 7:3-5

The church's historical attitudes toward sex, sexuality and marriage from the first century through to the present day have often been in error. Rather than something to be repressed or brazenly flaunted, sex is a gift of God to mankind, to be enjoyed and celebrated within the God-ordained context of marriage between one man and one woman.