Here’s the short bio of Dr. Peter Jones, whose article is excerpted below:
Dr. Peter Jones is scholar in residence at Westminster Seminary California and associate pastor at New Life Presbyterian Church in Escondido, Calif. He is director of truthXchange, a communications center aimed at equipping the Christian community to recognize and effectively respond to the rise of paganism.
Here is the summary sentence and the opening paragraphs of the piece:
The overturning of the natural/creational order follows inevitably from the pagan ideological worship and service of creation rather than the Creator
I was listening to the BBC radio [British Broadcasting Corporation] the other night, and, being English, I have been a faithful BBC listener all my life, considering it a great standard of cultural decency. In my mind, the BBC is associated with the Queen’s Christmas message, always with a Christian emphasis, and with stiff upper lip insistence on fair-play cricket. Recently the BBC has been taken over by cultural radicals whose lips are about as loose as wet newspaper. The other night the BBC proposed a program promoting “chem sex,” showing the chemical options promiscuous homosexuals can take to avoid serious diseases and continue having endless partners and doing “bare-back” sex. I was deeply saddened by the moral degradation this program was promoting, with not one hint of moral judgment. I began to wonder how many men world-wide, especially young men, would be sucked into this life of constant illegitimate sexual arousal as the overwhelming priority of their God-given lives. We are surely headed for bizarre cultural times the more this selfish, ungodly view of life is normalized. It raises the question of the responsibility the church has not only for preaching genuine redemption through the Cross of Christ to the lost but also for protecting the secular society, made in God’s image, from total moral implosion.
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