Although many pour scorn on notions that people’s sexual identity can change, research like Jones and Yarhouse’s “Ex-Gay Study” (J&Y) demonstrate that for some who pursue a purposeful attempt to do such a thing, there is a noticeable change over …

Sexual Identity Fluidity – The Evidence Read more »

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Jenell Williams Paris’ “The End of Sexual Identity” joins a number of other books recently published which ask Christians and others to take another look at how our Western society has created a social construct called “homosexuality” and how this …

The End of Sexual Identity – A Review Read more »

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I’ve not blogged a lot on the Equality Bill currently going through the UK Parliament, mainly because I haven’t had much to say. There’s also very good coverage on Thinking Anglicans (and very poor opinion in the comments) which is …

Christians and Caesar – Engaging with Issues of Equality Read more »

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Synod is now moving into debating motion GS Misc 905B. The fun should start shortly… That this Synod request the House of Bishops to report to the Synod on their understanding of the uniqueness of Christ in Britain’s multi-faith society, …

The Uniqueness of Christ Read more »

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