In my recent post on both sides of the Arizona “Anti-Gay” Bill SB1062, I tried to lay out both sides of the bill: why it’s scary to have it and why what it was responding to (the Elaine Photography lawsuit in New Mexico) is equally scary. I want to show that the Christian/Bible vs. LGBT/Gay […]
Both sides of the Arizona “Anti-Gay” Bill SB1062
I opened today’s Lansing State Journal to an article about how Arizona Governor Jan Brewer has until midnight Saturday to veto an “anti-gay” bill that allows businesses to deny services to gay and lesbian couples because of the business’s religious views. Big Republican names such as John McCain and Mitt Romney are on Twitter telling […]
How Should Christians Respond to Boy Scouts Policy on Gays?
The Boy Scouts of America made the news recently for their proposal to allow gay scouts, but to continue banning gay leaders. Up to this point, gay scouts have been banned. You can read the NBC News article on it here.
Can a Gay Christian still identify themselves as “Gay”?
I started writing a reply to a comment on the Gay Christian post I did a few weeks ago and it became long enough to turn into a new post. Carolena asked a very good question, is not the only person to have asked it, and is one I was planning to address in that […]
Is legalizing gay marriage the same as legalizing polygamy?
I want to catch up on the comments from the Gay Christian sermon blog post (includes rules for commenting on these topics), the Nature vs. Nurture post, and the Gay Marriage post. Please check these out before commenting on today’s post. With gay marriage, I think the essence of the argument comes down to who […]
Gay Christian follow up: thoughts on gay marriage
This is the 3rd post in this Gay Christian conversation. Be sure to read the first one first, which includes commenting rules, and read the 2nd one, written by Jim Decke. Here are some follow-up thoughts from me on one of the comments underneath the first post: Some difficult words to chew on, brought to […]