Resources: Sexual Purity

In Condoms We Trust

By Randy Alcorn | January 1, 1994
A recent “Primetime Live” program covered public schools whose health clinics are now surgically inserting Norplant beneath the skin of teenage girls. 

Do We Celebrate Diversity?

By Randy Alcorn | August 1, 1993
I submitted the following opinion piece to the Gresham Outlook in August of 1993. It wasn’t printed (no excerpts either). Because it reflects trends not just in my area but around the country, I’m including it here.

Gay Rights As Seen by Some Homosexuals

By David Neff | July 19, 1993
In a special section of New Republic magazine. Andrew Sullivan and other gay writers called for an abandonment of the civil-rights approach

WARNING! Epidemic in the Church

By Randy Alcorn | January 1, 1987
Ask the enlightened American what he thinks of Christian sexual morality. To him, it’s a fossil—an antique that went out with washboards and penny candy. Who believes any more what the Bible says about sex?

Homosexual Movement Updates

By Randy Alcorn | March 18, 1985
In my book Christians in the Wake of the Sexual Revolution, published in 1985, I have a chapter entitled The Homosexual Movement. Heres just a partial portrait of the homosexual community: In gay baths men meet and copulate with total strangers and often have sex with multiple partners. Government official Dan Bradley described his first visit to a gay bath: I must have had sex with ten different guys that first night. I was like a kid in a candy store. The baths allow sexual relations in front of others or in private cubicles, often without even the exchange ...