Tag Archives: Romans 1

Scripture and Homosexuality | A Look at the Verses

Tweet If you just want to jump to the links on the five sections of Scripture used in discussing Christianity and homosexuality, go to the links directly below.  You will be linked to long blogposts (it is important to give each  section appropriate study) and an associated video with each section of Scripture. All the […]

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Three Things My GLBT Christian Friends Want You to Hear

In discussion with folks, conversation about GLBT Christians is tough for some people when they cannot get beyond these three sticking points. Let’s talk about Translation, Transformation and Creation.

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Request to Those Who Have Used Romans as Anti-Gay License

Using sections of Scripture to exclude groups of people from God’s love are abuses of Scripture. We can differ on the interpretation of these Scriptures, but , if your theology in any way subjugates, eliminates, oppresses or lays extra burdens on any group of people, you are missing the message of the Good News. And, that is a problem.

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Romans 1: 26 – 32 | To Whom Was This Directed?

A discussion of Romans 1:18-32. In context, culture and original language. Are these verses a condemnation of same sex relationships or is there something else we need to look at in these verses? Paul was writing to the Gentile church in Rome that had fallen back into the familiar patterns of idol worship.

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And Finally, We Get to the Ladies . . .

Tweet I had a interesting conversation with an Orthodox Jew at a gay Christian conference in January 2010.  I was quizzing him about  how strict Judaism viewed homosexuality.  His responses were colorful and direct. If you knew my friend Jayson Littman from my hometown of New York City, you would love to be in any […]

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