As I head into the second post examining the implications of 1 Corinthians 5 on how Christians who disagree with each other on the issue of homosexuality should treat one another I want to make one thing abundantly clear: I do not claim to have “the answer” to the question at hand. I do not…Details
Bruxy Cavey calls us to break down pre-judgments and stereotypes about gay people.
Brian McLaren shares the story of his grandfather and the ways we embody systemic injustice. He reminds us to live in the Spirit of Christ.
As I talk across Canada, sharing my passion for bridging the gap between the church and the LGBT community I have been surprised at how positively I have been received. There is a sense that the Church is ready to begin to face this issue, and many of the evangelical Christians I know have a…Details
Wendy Gritter points to the complexity of sexual identity and the great need to address our own issues of anxiety before responding to an individual asking questions of faith and sexuality.
Bruxy Cavey points to the example of Paul engage the people of Athens as a model for Christians to engage those outside of the church with eyes to see where God is already at work.
Brian McLaren describes the tension many Christians feel who have gay loved ones.
Greg Paul speaks from the place of being a pastor deeply committed to relationships.
Bruxy Cavey reminds us that Christ lived a life of such radical compassion and grace that religious conservatives misunderstood and accused him of being a drunkard and glutton. How close are we living to Christs example?
Brian Pengelly, someone who has journeyed to integrate his same-sex attractions and faith, reminds us that engaging the complexity of Biblical interpretation must be built on a foundation of intimate personal relationship with Christ.
Brian McLaren describes Jesus welcome and inclusion for our gay neighbours.