Tag: Sexual Ethics

Breaking – Christians with Traditional Moral Views can still be Foster Parents

One of the most remarkable things about the judgement (or rather, the lack of it) handed out yesterday in the Christian Foster Parents ruling is that many of the people reporting on it have obviously not read the 109 paragraphs

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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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Changing Attitude and One Night Stands

Over on the Changing Attitude blog, Colin has (quite rightly) criticised Lisa Nolland of Anglican Mainstream for getting slightly confused in her writing about bisexuality: Lisa introduces another favourite point of attack – bisexuals. Bisexuals, she writes, either sequentially or

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Talking Together, Staying Together

By now some of you may be aware of the fallout that is occuring from last Saturday’s NEAC 5 gathering in London. Called by the CEEC leadership in the aftermath of the GAFCON conference, the day conference was billed as a

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