The question is not whether evangelicals should abandon beliefs that have become unfashionable and culturally detrimental.
The question is whether evangelicals should approach this issue much like they approach the issue of divorce for the sake of convenience: teaching that it is wrong, seeking to build marriages and provide counseling and making their case in the public square, but accepting that others in our secular democracy feel differently and the law should not force everyone to adhere to our understanding of marriage.
When you have a second child, no one is like, “But you love the first one so much!
We show that VAB-1 and a somatic gonadal sheath cell-dependent pathway, defined by the CEH-18 POU-class homeoprotein, negatively regulate meiotic maturation and MAPK activation.
MSP antagonizes these inhibitory signaling circuits, in part by binding VAB-1 on oocytes and sheath cells.
Recently I asked, “Is it Time for Evangelicals to Stop Opposing Gay Marriage?
” I followed up with “Ten Things I Believe About Evangelicals and Same-Sex Marriage,” where I think I put the issue much more clearly.