The London Times yesterday ran a feature about the recent Exodus Conference in North Carolina. You can read it here. This is one of the opening paragraphs that sets the scene: Exodus is one of the ministries of the so-called …

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Bishop David Anderson thinks there’s a chance: With regard to "moratoria" on electing/consecrating any new homosexual bishops in the Anglican Communion, the next chance of such an election isn’t in North America. We have become aware through reliable sources that …

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Wit and insight from NTGBR My favourite label at the moment is Kinsey 6. It’s obscure, pseudo-scientific and sounds like a pop group or superhero alliance. “Hello, I’m a Kinsey 6. We defeated the Fantastic 4 and upstaged the Jackson …

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Two new studies on the origins of sexual orientation have been released in the past few days. The first is a twin study for which the abstract is as follows: There is still uncertainty about the relative importance of genes …

Two New Studies point towards complicated nature / nurture mix Read more »

In the midst of a report from the Christian Century (h-tip SF) is this gem of a quote from Bishop Bruno of Los Angeles: Bishop Jon Bruno, who heads the Los Angeles Episcopal Diocese, said the court decision resonates with …

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A number of people both on and off this blog have asked me repeatedly what my opinion of the book “God, Gays and the Church” is? As you know, the book was published on Wednesday and includes the first public …

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