New Report: “Sexuality and Gender: Findings from the Biological, Psychological, and Social Sciences”

The New Atlantis: A Journal of Technology and Society recently released its latest report titled “Sexuality and Gender Findings from the Biological, Psychological, and Social Sciences” by Lawrence S. Mayer, M.B., M.S., Ph.D. Paul R. McHugh, M.D. of Johns Hopkins Hospital.

It is no surprise that the report is receiving much push-back from pro-LGBT lobby and the popular media.

Albert Mohler comments on the pressure that Johns Hopkins is receiving from the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) HERE . He mentions how the HRC and others are attempting to strong-arm Johns Hopkins by calling for disavowal of what they describe as a misleading and anti-LGBTQ report. The New Atlantis has responded to the HRC’s critical claims about the report in a press release called “Lies and Bullying from the Human Rights Campaign” which can be found HERE.

 

Contraceptives Tied to Risk of Depression? and other random resources

Why isn’t this receiving more attention in the media? Contraceptives Tied to Depression Risk (NY Times) Other Articles: Higher Rates of STDs and Teen Fertility linked to Public School condom distribution programs. (National Review) Book Review of Alvin Pantinga’s “Where the Conflict Really Lies: Science, Religion, and Naturalism” (By William Lane Craig) Videos: Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s interesting story […]

Response to NY Times Article on Ted Cruz and Evangelicals

  Response to http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/12/opinion/the-brutalism-of-ted-cruz.html?_r=0 The question of Christian and evangelical participation in matters of public policy has been on my mind as of late.  To be honest, this question is nearly always on my mind.  How are we to participate?  What is our role in culture and politics? etc… Beyond these questions is the question- How […]

Evaluating a Meme on Evolution

“You don’t “believe” in evolution…” “… you either understand it or you don’t” -Unknown This is a silly bumper sticker-like meme. It is not only condescending but also presents equivocal language and a false dilemma. The equivocation comes in the word “evolution”. “Evolution” has different meanings that should be described, however, the nature of a […]