Category Archives: gay debate

Steve Chalke and others on Homosexuality and Gay Marriage

Here’s a link to a post giving links to some recent statements from various Christians about homosexuality. There is quite a spectrum of opinion represented here. Adrian Warnock (whose blog this links to) says, ‘it is important for all of … Continue reading

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LGBT and Mental Health

Nearly twice as many LGBT people have mental health problems as heterosexuals. Within that group, bisexuals and trans-gender people are even more isolated. More on this at: More than 43 percent of gay and lesbian students identified having three or more … Continue reading

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reblog – not casting first stone

I woke up on Wednesday to several of my Facebook friends vocally celebrating “Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day” and it made me furious. So, I decided I was going to be as vocal about my condemnation of the actions of these Christians…

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reblog – a better conversation about homosexuality

Brief review of three books. Are we asking the wrong questions? Is our identity as persons mostly about our sexual orientation?

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When Jesus healed the centurion’s gay lover

An interesting addition to the gay debate

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An Appeal To Both Sides Of The Christian Debate About Gay Marriage

Originally posted on Big Circumstance:
I have changed my views in the sexuality debate. If you’ve known me for many years, this post might surprise you. If the 1993 Methodist Conference debate on sexuality had approved of homosexual relationships, I…

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What Would Jesus Do: why the church’s militant stance against same-sex marriage makes me sad.

Here’s a link to a timely post on what Jesus’ priorities were/are:

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