From his sermon, "Let There Be Life":

From a human viewpoint we may have unplanned pregnancies. But there are no accidental conceptions. God says a fetus is not a tissue; it's a life I planned.

Ninety-seven percent of abortions are not because of rape or incest or not because the life of the mother is threatened, which would be a legitimate issue, but simply because the mother said it's inconvenient. "I chose not to have it because it's not in my lifestyle at this time."

I think it's ironic that the feminists who have been so active in promoting abortion and the right to choose abortion are now complaining because more baby girls are being aborted than boys now that you can find out the sex. More babies are being aborted if they are not boys. Bumper sticker: "Support unborn women's rights."

God says abortion is killing. If you don't want to believe that then you'd better cut that verse out of the Bible because God said it.

There's the argument, "No child should be brought into this world unwanted." I say the fallacy of that is maybe the parents don't want the child, but God does. There is no unwanted child. God wants that child born. That's why He allowed that conception.

From his sermon, "Affair-Proofing Your Marriage":

The top five needs of most men are:

1. Sexual fulfillment
2. Recreational companionship
3. An attractive spouse
4. Domestic support
5. Admiration

The top five needs of most women are:

1. Affection
2. Conversation
3. Honesty and openness
4. Financial support
5. Family commitment

Did you see any similarities between those two lists? No. No wonder we have so much trouble adjusting in marriage.

On the various types of men, from his sermon, "God's Model for Manhood":

The third type is the World Class Whimp. [sic] These are the Dagwood Bumstead's [sic] of life. They are so inept that they are constantly outwitted by their children, wives, their dogs. Nobody takes them serious. Their motto is "Blessed are the passive for they will avoid conflict at all costs."

The fourth image is the Gender Blenders. They are the Michael Jacksons and Boy Georges that don't even pretend to be masculine. They have a complete reversal of roles and identity.

What is the alternative to this? God's Model for Manhood. Being a male is a matter of your birth
but being a man is a matter of choice.