Keep the Faith: On Family & Sexuality
Embossed Hardcover. 142 Pages
"Whenever you give your wife advice, always begin by telling her how much you love her. Nothing will persuade her so well to admit the wisdom of your words as her assurance that you are speaking to her with sincere affection. Tell her that you are convinced that money is not important, that only thieves thirst for it constantly, that you love her more than gold; and indeed an intelligent, discreet and pious young woman is worth more than all the money in the world."
~ John Chrysostom, 349-407 A.D.
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Abortion. Feminism. "Gay" marriage. Homosexuality.
These are the hot-button issues in the post-Christian, apostate, Western world. One by one, entire denominations are subscribing to these politically-correct sins that form the zeitgeist in the West.
Contemporary Christian music stars are endorsing homosexual marriage. Presbyterians, Anglicans, Lutherans, and Mennonites are ordaining homosexual clergy. At least one third of the world’s population has been aborted since 1960, largely due to the feminist movement of the last century. Millions of young women from Christian homes are trained in feminism by universities across the country.
After the damage has been done by the false worldviews of humanism, existentialism, feminism, and sexual and gender autonomy, will there be any Christian churches and Christian families still standing?
Will anybody stand with the Apostles, the Apostolic Fathers, the Church Fathers, the Reformers, and the church of the ages on the most critical issues of the day? Who will keep the faith, and who will keep the commandments of God? These are questions of monumental import. May God use this little book to solidify the faith of many over the next century.
This volume contains quotations from Clement, Polycarp, Ignatius, Barnabas, The Didache, Justin Martyr, Tertullian, Eusebius, Jerome, Augustine, Bede, Peter Damian, John Chrysostom, Martin Luther, William Tyndale, John Calvin, John Knox, Richard Baxter, William Gouge, John Wesley, and others.