The World We Made
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There Is No Superman: Witnessing to a Fallen World
In the season finale, we ask the big question: how do regular Bible-believing Christians really, actually love homosexuals? The answer is simpler and more difficult than you might imagine.
Beneath the Facade
The fact is many homosexuals seem happy and spiritually fulfilled. How do we witness to those for whom the struggle with homosexuality doesn't seem to be a struggle? Tim tells a story of seeing beneath the facade. Jake and Nathan ponder what real witnessing looks like.
Tim takes on the "gay celibacy" movement. Jake and Nathan (with a little help from Lon Chaney Jr.'s The Wolfman) ponder what the church should do with those whose temptations don't seem to be going anywhere. See full show notes for links.
Born This Way
What causes homosexuality--nature or nurture? This is part 1 of a 2 part series answering this question. See full show notes for links to the study we mention and the Bill Hybels interview.
The Sin of Effeminacy
The Bible doesn't just condemn homosexuality. It also condemns effeminacy, the sin of a man not acting like a man. When Nathan wonders if this means God condemns every dude who likes Broadway, or can't fix a car, Tim has some difficult answers. Finally, Jake steps in and saves the day.
The Joy of Sex
Tim looks to Eden for the answers. Jake and Nathan discuss the joy of sex.
The Destruction of Shame
Tim says the real issue today isn't the rise of homosexuality but the loss of shame. Jake responds poorly to a Christian book on sex from the '70s. Nathan posits a theory.
Tim rooms with a gay prostitute. Jake and Nathan watch a 1960s educational film about homosexuality. Tim learns some firsthand lessons about the dangers of hitchhiking.
Introducing The World We Made
The World We Made is a new podcast series from Warhorn Media. It is hosted by Jake Mentzel and Nathan Alberson and features Pastor Tim Bayly, author of Daddy Tried and the forthcoming The Grace of Shame. Tim grew up in the '60s and '70s, and he has seen America and the world change. A lot. And, in some ways, his generation is responsible for much of the change, good and bad. In each episode, Tim brings his keen pastoral, cultural, and personal insight to the topics everyone is talking about....