Tag Archives: homosexuality

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Potential consequences to re-defining marriage

There is much angst in the UK as it proceeds down the road to legalizing same-sex marriage. I think it is inevitable. I’ve often said that in terms of a secularist, liberal agenda the UK is perhaps 10 year behind Scandinavia. This week a Swede

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Scotland, the church and homosexuality

Two quite different posts here but dealing with different aspects of the same issue. In this post Carl Trueman shares a speech by a minister who has left the Church of Scotland over its changing position on homosexuality. “It is, of course, not a question of

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Battlegrounds: Church & Homosexuality

It should be obvious to most observers of the Western church that the debate about the nature, place and role of homosexuality and therefore the role and place of gay, lesbian and bisexuals within the church is a critical one. It is critical for a

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Battlegrounds: Church & Homosexuality

It should be obvious to most observers of the Western church that the debate about the nature, place and role of homosexuality and therefore the role and place of gay, lesbian and bisexuals within the church is a critical one. It is critical for a

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It was bound to happen…

It was I think inevitable. When Philippa Stroud decided to step into the political arena sooner or later our secular media would turn its gaze her way and now just a few days before a general election they have. Philippa issued a fairly robust response.

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Book Review: Love is an Orientation

Over the past year I’ve read a number of books on the issue of Christianity and homosexuality. Some have been about helping those who want to leave the gay lifestyle behind them, some have been about the differing views of Christians on the issue, some

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I link therefore I am (22/02/10)

Having just attended my first gay civil ceremony this caught my attention which Peter Ould gives the treatment it deserves Terry Virgo, went to Bible College with my dad, but other than that I have had little to no connection or contact with the man