Modesty According to C.S. Lewis

I opened up Lewis' Mere Christianity this afternoon to the chapter titled "Sexual Morality." I wondered how Lewis would approach the topic, considering that he published this book almost 60 years ago, in 1952. Lewis begins with an exploration of modesty. I was surprised -- and pleased -- by his conclusions: The Christian rule of chastity… Continue reading Modesty According to C.S. Lewis

John Bunyan on Women

There are only a few more days of reading left before I finish the second part of John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress. During today's reading, I stumbled across this lovely little tribute to women. Who ever said that Christianity was a misogynistic religion? Gaius also proceeded, and said, I will now speak on the behalf of Women,… Continue reading John Bunyan on Women

Women Lose, Part 3

Women, in our culture, are losing. Terribly. And a large part is due to the feminist movement. In her Radical Womanhood: Feminine Faith in a Feminist World, author Carolyn McCulley discusses third-wave feminism. So if you are wondering why young girls wear "porn star" T-shirts, why the paparazzi offer twenty-four-hour coverage of the latest sex… Continue reading Women Lose, Part 3