God created “male and female” in his image. There is a great deal of confusion regarding gender due to the growing transgender movement, but God’s Word brings needed clarity and simplicity to this issue. We do not have the authority to redefine and ignore what God has created and ordained.
For decades, scientists have been searching for a so-called “gay” gene. Of course, this is more than just some dry academic pursuit.
These days, the issues of gender and sexuality are very controversial, particularly in Western societies.
The days of Barbie and Ken getting married and moving into their bright pink mansion are now a thing of the past.
Shouldn’t we value the sincere feelings of others rather than condemn them?
With 112 gender options, our culture is in desperate need of a basic biology lesson.
What should believers do when we disagree with our neighbors about the very nature of humanity?
Walt Heyer, a former transgender, has written an eye-opening book Trans Life Survivors.
In a rising new trend, more teenage girls than boys claim they aren’t sure about their gender identity. Why?
The transgender movement has shattered the culture’s understanding of God’s design. How can Christians respond with biblical love and integrity?
Modern extreme feminism places women in authority over men, while traditional Darwinian evolution places women far below men. And since the Bible directs that a wife be in submission to her husband, even Christians may wonder, “Is the woman inferior or equal?”
Few things get people more up in arms than when we talk about gender and God’s design for women. Even those within the Christian community bring a lot of baggage to how we view manhood and womanhood.
Genesis 1:27 says God made them “male and female.” People can’t wish away this fundamental physical reality—and that’s a good thing.
Are translators attempting to push an unbiblical agenda that diminishes the Bible’s emphasis on manhood and gender roles?
After eight years of planning and almost two years of construction, the Ark Encounter will open its doors.
Is it appropriate for Christians to visit doctors of the opposite gender? Dr. Tommy Mitchell and Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell, AiG–U.S., provide a biblical perspective.
Transgender clownfish, transgender people—what’s the difference?