It’s an international best-seller, a raunchy musical, and a major R-rated motion picture. It is the fastest-selling paperback book of all time (that is now part of a trilogy), and it is a franchise worth millions. Fifty Shades of Grey has taken the world by storm over the last several years, and with the film coming out in a few weeks, everyone is talking about the books all over again. In this video, Matt Fradd gives a rundown of 50 fast facts you should know about Fifty Shades of Grey. Want to see the follow-up video? Watch “4 Lies About … Continue reading →
Facebook. Hardee’s. The American Library Association. Hilton Hotels & Resorts. Verizon. American Apparel. What do these organizations have in common? This year, these and six other groups are being named as the 2015 “Dirty Dozen”—organizations that are contributing to sexual exploitation. The National Coalition on Sexual Exploitation just released its annual “Dirty Dozen List.” No, in most cases these organizations are not known for directly contributing to societal evils, but they do, in some way, make a profit from or push an agenda that supports sexual exploitation in the world. The full 2015 list is available at DirtyDozenList.com, along with what each organizations … Continue reading →
To this day, I honestly believe that a lack of Christian community is what stifled my older brother’s faith. It wasn’t all his questions about God and Jesus. It was that no one cared enough to help him find answers. No one pursued Jesus alongside him. He was drowning in doubt, right in the middle of the church. So one day he walked out. He just left. He looked around at all the people worshiping God and walked out the door. He came back at the end of the service, and it was like he never left. No one noticed … Continue reading →
We all have that friend. You know, the crafty one with a label maker and a house that looks like Pinterest exploded in it? Yeah, her. As a testament to Pinterest’s massive growth, it appears that a lot of us want to be just like her. We’re flocking to the wildly popular site in hopes of making our houses more beautiful (on a budget!), whipping up awesome crafts for our kids, and preparing meals in Mason jars, one pin at a time. But what comes as a surprise to many women is how they feel after they’ve lost themselves for hours … Continue reading →
Pornography is often classified, along with other sexually oriented businesses, as “adult” entertainment—something for “mature” audiences. If these descriptions merely meant these kinds of entertainment are “not suitable for children” then few would protest. That said, it would be foolish to use this as an argument that pornography is actually suitable for adults. Heroin and methamphetamines are also “not suitable for children,” but this does not mean, ipso facto, that they are healthy for those over the age of 18. Matt Fradd explains… Read Matt’s full interview with former Playboy producer Donny Pauling in his book, The Hardcore Truth.