Inviting God's judgment is not a hobby for the faint of heart. But we can't avoid it if we want to see the Lord's salvation. Joe Rigney points out the right questions to ask in the culture wars.
Having done that, we should then begin to alter the sorts of questions
that dominate our discussions of what it means to faithfully proclaim
the truth. Instead of mainly asking, “How can we speak and live so that
the world will listen?”, what if we asked “How can we speak and live so
that God will act?” Instead of worrying about being counted worthy of
respect in the eyes of the world, what if we labored to be men of whom
the world is not worthy, living in such a way that God is not ashamed to
be called our God? Instead of mainly pondering how to persuade a
godless and passions-enslaved people that sex belongs in monogamous
marriage and only monogamous marriage, what if we labored to faithfully
and forthrightly declare the word of God concerning his design for
sexuality: that marriage is one man, one woman, one lifetime, to display
the riches and glory of Christ and his church, until the Great Day that
we join in the Wedding Supper of the Lamb?
Read his whole post, "Turning Babel into a Beast."