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Understanding Youth Culture feat. Mike Snowdon (Youth Leaders' Crash Course #1)
How can we understand the culture that our young people are steeped in so that we can better communicate biblical truth about sexuality?
Misstep 9 - 'Suffering is to be avoided' (The Plausibility Problem #9)
We discuss the sorrows and profound joy in giving everything - including sexuality - to God as a normal part of Christian discipleship.
Misstep 8 - 'Celibacy is bad for you' (The Plausibility Problem #8)
We unpick cultural assumptions about sex being a need and reveal God's better story on intimacy, pleasure, identity and satisfaction.
Misstep 7 - 'Godliness is heterosexuality' (The Plausibility Problem #7)
What is godliness and what does it look like for people who experience opposite-sex and same-sex attraction?
Misstep 6 - 'Men and women are equal and interchangeable' (The Plausibility Problem #6)
We note how the Bible shows the equal worth of women and men while recognising our differences that mean we're not simply interchangeable.
Misstep 5 - 'Sex is where true intimacy is found' (The Plausibility Problem #5)
Is sex essential for human flourishing or can we enjoy deep intimacy, friendship and community without it?
Misstep 4 - 'If it makes you happy, it must be right' (The Plausibility Problem #4)
Does pursuing happiness at all costs lead to fulfillment? Or does following God's good design, even when it's costly, actually lead to life?
Misstep 3 - 'If you're born gay, it can't be wrong to be gay' (The Plausibility Problem #3)
Is our sexuality down to nature, nurture or both? And should we follow all desires that come naturally to us?
Misstep 2 - 'A family is Mum, Dad and 2.4 children' (The Plausibility Problem #2)
We look at how Jesus defines family, why that's good news for single people, and how to share our lives with one another meaningfully.
Misstep 1 - 'Your identity is your sexuality' (The Plausibility Problem #1)
We discuss what part sexuality plays in shaping our identity and how we can find an identity rooted our status as children of God.