Hebrews 5:14 teaches that mature Christians should be capable of discerning between good and evil, between true doctrine and the
doctrine of devils. The websites included below are intended to provide the diligent truth-seeker with a thorough understanding of this topic. We at Inquisitive Christianity do not agree with much of the content included in these websites. Nevertheless, we believe that these websites offer valuable information for those who seek the truth and are spiritually mature enough to exercise discernment. We also think it is important to understand what those who disagree with us believe in order to fairly represent their position and also to better defend our own.

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Joe Dallas Online



Joe Dallas Online is a blog for men striving to attain and maintain sexual integrity. It is a specifically Christian site, though everyone is welcome regardless of belief or worldview. New posts are added weekly under a variety of topics according to this format: 1) Monday: “Keeping it Clean”—Thoughts for men striving to maintain their purity 2) Tuesday: “Marriage Matters”—Posts on marital issues common to Christian men 3) Wednesday: “Doctrinal Matters”—Posts on Biblical principles applicable to purity 4) Thursday: “Relational Matters”—Posts on emotional and relational issues we often face 5) Friday: “A Cuppa Joe”—Random ramblings from a fellow struggler.




Robert Gagnon

Dr. Robert Gagnon is the author of The Bible and Homosexual Practice: Texts and Hermeneutics  and co-author of Homosexuality and the Bible: Two Views. As a service to the church, Dr. Gagnon provides a large amount of free material on his website dealing with Scripture and homosexuality.






John Corvino


Dr. John Corvino is Chair of the Philosophy Department at Wayne State University , author of What's Wrong with Homosexuality? and co-author of Debating Same-Sex Marriage , and a gay activist who has spoken at over 200 campuses on issues of sexuality, ethics, and marriage. This is his personal blog.