This could be possibly the most important 60 minutes or so of audio around the whole Conservative Christian response to homosexuality that you have listened to for decades.
Alan Chambers was part of a panel at the Gay Christian Network Conference two nights ago and answered questions about his view on human sexuality and the . . . → Read More: Alan Chambers Signals a Shift at Exodus
This is fast taking over from Natalie Grant’s “Your Great Name” as my favourite song at the moment.
Some of you may have noticed that a trial took place this week in London. The case involved the selling of DVDs showing a particular sexual practice which is perfectly legal to perform between two consenting adults, but some might find, to put it mildly, not to their taste. The producer of the DVD was . . . → Read More: Obscenity on Trial
Is it just me or is Colin Coward over at Changing Attitude getting a bit boring?
Gay bishops There are 13 gay bishops among the 114 English bishops, nearly 15% of the total. They are all closeted to a greater or lesser degree, those in the House unable openly to contribute their personal experience to . . . → Read More: New Year, Old Posturing
Here are the top ten posts from 2011, in reverse order.
10 – Giles Fraser massacres Scripture yet again – A frank yet accurate examination of Fraser’s Thought for the Day on Radio 4’s Today programme at the start of the year 9 – Boston Gay Marriage – TEC have completed the Circle – Looking . . . → Read More: Top Ten 2011