September's Podcast of the Month goes to The Bible for Normal People's interview with author and theologian Megan DeFranza about human gender and the Bible.Read More
A conservative evangelical coalition recently penned poisonous statements on their position on human sexuality calling it The Nashville Statement. See what it says, and how others responded.Read More
Whether spiritually, emotionally, or physically, bad theology kills.Read More
Pastor and author Colby Martin talks about his new book breaking down anti-gay verses with careful theology, and his journey to acceptance.Read More
Garrard Conley and his riveting story of attending and escaping gay conversion therapy in the south.Read More
How do you feel about sexuality within the gay community? Why do you think monogamy and monogamous relationships are not something most gay people desire and pursue?
Ce crezi în legătura cu sexualitatea în cadrul comunității gay? De ce crezi că monogamia și relațiile monogamos nu sunt ceva ce majoritatea oamenilor gay doresc sau urmărește?
It's been a struggle for some time now to help my mom come to terms that I'm both gay, and a Christian who just so happens to be in love and is getting married to the most wonderful man anybody could ask for. That is why I've decided to write her a very difficult, personal letter. I've also decided to make this personal letter public, as an open letter for all mothers who can't seem to accept their child the way God made them. May it strike a cord in each of their hearts, to help them understand that we need them to love us unconditionally.
It is with great regret that I write this letter. As you can imagine, I am very hurt with the way you have treated me and my fiancé...Read More
Biblican, noun: a person claiming to be a Christian, but does not possess the characteristics of Christ.
Biblican, substantiv: o persoană care se numește creștin, dar nu posedează caractaristici a lui Christos.
Pop culture loves giving labels and puns to fans of music artist – from Swifties to Little Monsters and Beyhive to Beliebers, these people live, breath and worship these stars. Not long after Christ's death and resurrection, what started off as small group of 12, multiplied to hundreds, thousands, and millions. Much in the same way, puns and labels were used back then too – it was at that time that they were first called Christians.Read More