Two new things today: A new Bible and Homosexuality page to make it easy to find my views, and a new video of my non-debate-debate with Preston Sprinkle.
Last month, I started doing a weekly live chat with interesting people I know, and it’s been so much fun! These first six interviewees have all been related in some way to LGBT+ issues and Christian faith, but the discussion is really for everyone. Watch them here.
This week I published a new video and resource page aimed at Christian parents about what to do when a child comes out as LGBT+.
My friend (and LGBT+ Christian advocate) Kathy Baldock agreed to be my guinea pig for the first in a series of fun Facebook Live interviews with interesting people. We took questions from the live audience while discussing everything from weird Bible history to pineapple on pizza…and the most bizarre sex-related thing I’ve ever heard. I’ve … Read more
“Could my 7-year-old already know he is gay?” That was the title of a worried mom’s Reddit post about a week ago. Her young son hadn’t used the word “gay,” but he had indicated an interest in other boys, and yet he seemed afraid to talk about it. The mom wanted to know how best … Read more
One of the silliest, most fun things I ever wrote is back online by popular demand…and this time, it’s got a full-length special commentary to go with it!
Is it wrong to ask “Did God really say that?” about the things we heard growing up in church? Some people say it’s “the Devil’s oldest trick.” But watch out—because this story has a plot twist.
Last week, Franklin Graham posted that “The Bible is very clear. God destroyed the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah because of homosexuality.” But is that true? In this new video, I dig into what the Bible does—and doesn’t—say about Sodom and Gomorrah.
People have been asking me for this for years. In this video, I explain why Christians need a more nuanced approach to the Bible and homosexuality—and where I believe that nuanced approach should lead us.
In a world where majority groups and minority groups so often fail to understand each other, is there a place for empathy? (This was the last talk I ever gave at The Gay Christian Network’s annual conference.)