Sexual Ethics

Moody Students, Alumni Say the School Failed to Act on Sexual Abuse Disclosure

"Almost 3,000 Moody Bible Institute students, alumni, and parents have signed a petition urging President Mark Jobe to initiate changes to the school’s approach to disclosures of sexual harassment and abuse." - C.Leaders

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Episcopal Church panel rules against bishop who banned gay marriage in diocese: He 'violated canon law'

"A Title IV Hearing Panel, which focuses on issues of ecclesiastical discipline when a clergy is accused of misconduct, released a unanimous opinion last Friday finding Love guilty." - C.Post

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Condemning Netflix's ‘Cuties’ Should Be Noncontroversial

"...the film is attempting to critique rather than to celebrate the exploitative sexualizing of young girls. But by doing the very thing it critiques—repeatedly, gratuitously, horrifyingly—it undermines its point" - TGC

Related: Why ‘Cuties’ Isn’t Just Netflix’s Problem

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Pew Research: 46% of US Evangelicals OK with Premarital Sex in a Committed Relationship

"Pew found that 57 percent of U.S. adults who identify as Christians believe that sex in a committed relationship is sometimes or always acceptable, while 49 percent think that casual sex (two consenting adults not in a committed relationship) is sometimes or always acceptable." - C.Leaders

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Doctors stand up to gender transition surgeries

"Van Mol .... said more and more people on both sides of the political divide—and even many transgender adults—are beginning to agree that, at the very least, minors shouldn’t get sex-reassignment treatments. He and his colleagues hope this correction will cause 'all involved—providers, hospitals, and insurance companies—to take a good, hard second look and understand that this should not be happening.'" - WORLD

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Are evangelicals changing their minds about same-sex relationships?

"In 2007, 90 percent of evangelicals said their church forbid (63 percent) or strongly discouraged (27 percent) “homosexual behaviors.” In 2020, that figure has dropped to 65 percent .... In 2008, 34.4 percent of evangelicals between the ages of eighteen and thirty-five supported same-sex marriage.

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