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Call for Repentance from Christopher Yuan and Multnomah Press

Public request for repentance from Christopher Yuan and Multnomah Press, I wrote a thoughtful, thorough and critical review of Christopher Yuan’s latest book “Holy Sexuality and the Gospel: Sex, Desire, and Relationships Shaped by God’s Grand Story” (Multnomah, WaterBrook Multnomah, Division of Crown, 2018) that went live on Amazon November 27, 2018. Within 10 hours of […]

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A War of Loves by David Bennett-A Review

Twenty-nine year old David Bennett, an Australian living in the UK, has just released his first book, “A War of Loves” (Zondervan, 2018). Bennett self-identifies as a gay celibate Christian. Bennett states, “Identifying with others in the LGBTQI world can open up doors to engage people who need to hear about Christ.” (p. 215) So, […]

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Holy Sexuality by Christopher Yuan-Book Review

Holy Sexuality and the Gospel: Sex, Desire, and Relationships Shaped by God’s Grand Story by Christopher Yuan (Multnomah Press, 2018) Iunderstand why Yuan’s work is popular. First, he’s a nice guy (yes, we’ve met), and is a great speaker with a compelling story, the kind that Christians love to hear—the classic bad boy, really bad […]

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Anchored Leadership Conference

Anchored Leadership Conference Responses November 2018

  The Anchored Leadership Conference took place on Friday and Saturday, November 2-3, 2018. The stated intent of the gathering targeted at youth and ministry leaders was the “Equipping (of) church leaders to reach a sexually ‘fluid’ generation with grace and truth in an ‘everything’s okay’ world.” The main speakers were Jonathan McKee (The Source […]

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Fixing the Gays and Continually Moving the Goalpost

  There’s a new method of “fixing the gays” that is descending from heaven. Or more correctly stated, since previous methods and therapies to convert those who are homosexual to heterosexuality have become the negative subject of movies, books, and documentaries, and have been found by experts and LGBTQ people themselves to be damaging, ineffective, […]

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Unclobbering the Tangled Mess

Since publishing my first book, Walking the Bridgeless Canyon: Repairing the Breach between the Church and the LGBT Community, I have given presentation in the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand using a long timeline affixed to the wall to graphically illustrate the interplay of historical, cultural, psychological, medical, social, and religious factors resulting in the […]

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When Harry Became Sally by Ryan T. Anderson—A Book Review

Ryan T. Anderson, research fellow at The Heritage Foundation, when asked why he was working on “When Harry Became Sally—Responding to the Transgender Moment,” wrote “The simple answer is that I couldn’t shake from my mind the stories of people who had de-transitioned. They are heartbreaking. Those most vulnerable to the transgender moment need a […]

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Fiercely We Will Battle

January Book #2 Update Ed Oxford and I went to Yale University in September 2017 to check an assumption I had made about the word “homosexual” being placed in the Revised Standard Version (RSV) (1946)—the first usage of “homosexual” in any Bible translation, in any language. (Read the story here.) While searching through the archives, […]

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