Fresh on the back of Iain Dale’s marvellous example of how to present no evidence whatsoever of a scientific claim, here are two pieces I read yesterday on sexual identity. First, from a Christian perspective. My gay confidence turned to …

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Great piece in this month’s Christianity Magazine. Homosexual feelings The core of this group are Sam Allberry, a church leader in Maidenhead, Sean Doherty, a tutor at St Mellitus College, and Ed Shaw, who helps to lead Emmanuel Church in …

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An interesting post by Mark Yarhouse reflecting on the language of Wesley Hill. Obviously, many people do refer to themselves as “gay Christians,” but I get questions about an increasingly visible group of Christians who refer to themselves as “gay …

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The ruling in the case of Core Issues Trust versus Transport for London (TfL) is now available. A Quick summary of the main points the judge made. TfL acted far to quickly in banning Core Issues’ advert. In the internal …

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Here’s an hour long interview with Rosaria Butterfield, the author of a fantastic new book. Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert is currently only available in the UK as a Kindle Book, but at a great price. [amazon_enhanced asin=”B0097G05F8″ container=”” …

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