The Pornographic Revolution

Porn has always been around our world.  The Internet, however, has created access as never before, and has also mainstreamed pornography into many areas of life.  The “Tip of the Iceberg” is found in the tiny ads that even google


pops up as one goes about legitimate internet business.  One’s resolve must be strong to not click on the scantily clad girl picture advertising language learning, or some other normal product, lest we get led down a path we don’t want to go.  Sex sells.  And the advertisers surely know how to use it to entice interest toward their product.

Are we in another sexual revolution added to the one we experience in the 60’s?  Or would you call our present predicament living through a pornographic tsunami?

In this article published by Family Life, Sean McDowell takes the “statistics” a little further to analyze how pornography is affecting us in many areas.

Sean McDowell is a gifted communicator with a passion for reaching the younger generation with the Gospel message. He connects with youth in a tangible way through humor and stories while imparting hard evidence and logical support for viewing all areas of life through a Biblical worldview. He serves as Head of the Bible Department at Capistrano Valley Christian Schools where he teaches Philosophy, Theology, and Apologetics.

“At the end of last year I lead a class discussion on the topic of Internet pornography (I teach at a private Christian school in southern California). As we discussed openly with each other, a young man sitting in the back became noticeably disturbed by the conversation, which was evident by his body posture and lack of eye contact. He stayed after class to talk and confessed to me that he had . . .” (Read More)


About Dave Grissen

David & Sheri Grissen spent 44 years in mission and humanitarian aid work. In 2003 they established Life Impact, a ministry of strengthening Christian workers in hosted centers, called Oases. Presently 12 Oases are functioning. In 2016 they started Fund The Ministry to help missionaries create new funding for their ministries. They have five married children and fifteen grandchildren.
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