Tag: Gay Christians

The label of “Gay Christian”

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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Steve Chalke Dodging the Crucial Question

When I had a public conversation with Steve Chalke last month, one of the questions I asked him was how he was going to handle people like myself. Where do people who choose to be celibate fit into your model?

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Questions for Steve Chalke

Steve Chalke (he of Oasis, the ministry not the band) has a piece out today arguing in favour of blessing same-sex relationships. You can read it here. After reading the piece my response is to ask Steve a number of

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Andrew Goddard on Gay Marriage

Andrew Goddard had an opinion piece published on the Guardian website on Friday, which Fulcrum have republished today. Any attempt to redefine marriage so it need not be entered into as a life-long commitment – Rod Stewart once claimed that

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A Brief and Loving Sexual Engagement

Colin Coward has responded to my challenge to explain what he means by a “brief and loving sexual engagement”, but the answer just leads to more questions. Within the post he makes a point that I wouldn’t disagree with: Conservative

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