Category: PostGay

Two thoughts from the Sermon on the Mount

First, Julie Rogers has been thinking about identity and sexuality. Toward the end of my time speaking with Exodus, I started publicly saying I was “gay”. I didn’t plan on using that label to describe my experience, but it came

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Against Homosexuality

Fascinating piece in First Things. There is a third reason this categorization should be disposed of, this one theological: It is at odds with the freedom for which Christ set us free. My future prior in religious life, Fr. Hugh

Suppressing Sexuality

It always amuses me when people are accused of “suppressing their sexuality”. What the person who says this often means is that the person they are labelling is somehow “denying” who they really are and are living a lie about

Living Out

With impeccable timing that demonstrates the sovereign hand of God, today the Living Out website is launched. Head over there and check it out. What’s it about? Let me let the three founders tell you in their own words. Living

Pilling – Bishop of Birkenhead’s Dissenting Statement

You need to read the whole Pilling Report, but the Bishop of Birkenhead’s dissenting statement spells out all the issues much better than I could. —- 415. It is with much regret that I have concluded that I cannot sign

On the Buses

News today that Core Issues are seeking a judicial review after Stonewall and Transport for London appear to flout a recent high court ruling. A traditionalist Christian group has lodged papers at the High Court attempting to force Transport for