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“The irony could not have been lost on her. And as the Duchess of Cambridge received an intricate beaded necklace from a gaggle of bare-chested locals she couldn’t help but let out a giggle. The Young Royals were garlanded with the traditional jewellery during their visit to the tiny village of Marau in the Solomon…

When Did Bare Breasts Become Taboo?

Caution: Source NSFW Topless Kate Middleton photos would have been socially acceptable in some eras. A French judge ordered the magazine Closer to turn over topless photos of Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, on Tuesday. Attorneys for the magazine argued unsuccessfully that the photographs were not an invasion of privacy because bare breasts are no longer taboo in…

Breasts and wombs

Whenever a woman’s body is discussed in the Bible, the emphasis is usually on her breasts and womb. That’s because these are the only parts of the female anatomy expressly created to bring protection, nourishment and comfort to others. There are parts of women’s bodies that bring pleasure to self and others, and the Bible…

Media brainwashing

The picture of a woman finding comfort and security in a strong man is biblical and praiseworthy but it’s media brainwashing. It only tells half the story. “Christ doesn’t need the Church like husbands need their wives. While men are called to be spiritual and financial nurturers, women are to be nutritional and emotional nurturers.…

A deeper biblical defense of ANRs (Am I twisting Scripture?)

An “atheist” from the Prairie provinces once said to me in a misotheistic tone: “you’re free to have a kinky fetish. But don’t use the Bible to justify it.” I’m sure many believers share his sentiment, sans the you’re-free-to-live-your-life-without-regard-for-that-ancient-book-called-the-bible mindset. In fact, I agree with believers on this point. It’s wrong to thumb through God’s Word in order to justify…

Proverbs 5:19 ANR biblical apologetics

One word changes everything Centuries ago, English translators perpetrated a fraud in the New Testament, and it’s been purposely hidden and covered up ever since … the Greek word for slave (doulos) had been mistranslated in almost every English version- going back to both the King James Version and the Geneva Bible that predated it…