Articles by: Julia Speck
Julia Speck is a Contributing Editor for Recovering Evangelical. She enjoys going on dysfunctional dates so she can blog about them later. She is a passionate activist for the oppressed and vulnerable of society. She is a captive of hope. In people. In love. In the church. In justice. In herself.
The Rebelution conducted a downright fascinating (and disturbing) survey in 2007. Christian girls listed questions for Christian guys, hoping to discover what their male counterparts think is modest. 1,600 guys responded to the survey offering answers giving their perspective on Christian FEMALE modesty. Julia Speck dissects the results.Read more ›
Julia was the quintessential Christian in high school; her peers even nicknamed her Julia Christ Superstar. But what happens to someone like this when complexities of the world and ambiguities of faith led her to bigger questions, to a place where “just believe” doesn’t cut it anymore?Read more ›
Studies show that the first kiss is more powerful than the first sexual encounter. According to a post at ABC NEWS.com today: Psychologists report that most people can remember up to 90 percent of the details of their first romantic kiss, a memory that is even more powerful than their first sexual encounter.Read more ›