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Glorify God with Your Body: The Christian Sexual Ethic in a Post-Christian Culture  

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Seminar Focus

From the earliest years of the Christian faith, the sexual ethic of Jesus followers has been a distinctive identity marker. Greco-Roman culture’s loose sexual mores were at obvious odds with the self-controlled conduct of the early disciples.  These Christ-followers consciously strove to obey the apostolic command to “glorify God with your body” (I Cor. 6:20), contending that sexual expression was reserved exclusively for monogamous heterosexual marriage.  As Christianity became dominant in the Western world, its sexual principles became the standard for regions that came under its good, yet imperfect, influence.  As a result, some of the worst exploitative practices in human history faded away in its wake.  In recent years, however, the modern West has challenged the historic Christian teaching about sexuality and now generally views it as narrow, oppressive, or even hateful.  This seminar will helped individuals and churches refresh their understanding of biblical sexuality, preparing them to answer friends, family members, and fellow believers who have rejected it.

Beach Stroll

Featured Speaker

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Keith is the Director of CCS and is Professor of Theology at Heritage Christian University. He previously taught Scripture and historical theology at Harding University and Austin Graduate School of Theology. He received his education at Oklahoma Christian University (BA), Harding School of Theology (MDiv), and Calvin Theological Seminary (PhD).


A leading scholar of Jacob Arminius, Keith has written several books including: Jacob Arminius: Theologian of Grace, co-author (Oxford University Press, 2012); The Reformation to the Modern Church: A Reader in Christian Theology (Fortress Press, 2014); The Letter and Spirit of Biblical Interpretation: From the Early Church to Modern Practice (Baker Academic, 2018); After Arminius: A Historical Introduction to Arminian Theology, co-author (Oxford University Press, 2020); and Ethics Beyond Rules: How Christ’s Call to Love Informs Our Moral Choices (Zondervan, 2021). Keith is the Editor of the Journal of Christian Studies.

Keith, his wife, Amanda, and their three children are members of Brentwood Oaks Church of Christ in Austin, Texas.

Session One - Moral Truth vs. Moral Relativism  

Session Two - The Christian Sexual Ethic  

Session Three - The Christian View of Homosexuality (Pt 1)  

Session Four - The Christian View of Homosexuality (Pt 2)

Session Five - The Christian Understanding Transgenderism  

Bible Class Session - Christians and Politics

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