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How do we know that what Paul wrote still applies to us today?
Treat your gay friends the same way you would treat your heterosexual friends in similar circumstances.
Aren't Christians commanded not to judge, and therefore we shouldn't judge homosexuals for their behavior?
Clinicians who help people with unwanted same-sex attraction have adopted a new term for their work that will more accurately communicate what they do.
I had the privilege – and was humbled by the opportunity – to preach to a congregation of 3,000 believers at Calvary Chapel Chino Valley this past Sunday morning on “Homosexuality: Truth and Compassion.” One of the points I made during my message was that Scripture doesn’t teach that we have to cut ties with family, friends, and co-workers who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT). In fact, I argued, we should make our relationships with them a high priority.
Is It Possible That God Permits Homosexuality Today Even If It Wasn't Permitted in the Past? (Video)
Alan responds to the claim that the Bible takes a progressive stance on past prohibitions, so therefore homosexuality is permissible today. COMMENTS Read more posts
Target recently stated: "We welcome transgender team members and guests to use the restroom or fitting room facility that corresponds with their gender identity. Everyone deserves to feel like they belong." Here are my quick thoughts about their comments and this question. COMMENTS
Alan explains why adoption policies should be approached with the general best interest of children in mind rather than letting rare circumstances dictate. COMMENTS Read more posts
Here's my response to this week's challenge: COMMENTS
We all have people in our lives with whom we disagree. We’re against some people’s ideas. We’re against some people’s behaviors. We’re against some people’s attitudes and inclinations. Despite our differences, though, in most cases we’re still in a relationship with them. We might not say we “love” them, but oftentimes we do love them in a non-romantic, I’m-committed-to-you kind of love.