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Jonathan Rauch, a defender of same-sex marriage, explains why the comparison to racist laws that banned interracial marriage are not parallels to objections to SSM. From his article "Opposing Same-sex Marriage Doesn't Make You a Crypto-Racist":
Many Christians handle sexuality just like the rest of the world handles it - as if there are no standards. Alan explains why this is a problem for those who profess to be Christ-followers. COMMENTS
What does it really mean to be unequally yoked? COMMENTS Read more posts
Here's my response to this week's challenge: COMMENTS Read more posts
In the controversy over the Indiana law, comparisons are again being made between same-sex marriage and interracial marriage: We’ve all realized that banning interracial marriage was bigotry and wrong; we should admit the same about same-sex marriage. One commentator drew the comparison on another line claiming that bigotry of interracial marriage was religiously motivated. The comparison is not an accurate one in any way.
Greg discusses the difference between a mistake according to the world and a sin according to God. COMMENTS Read more posts
Our hope for homosexuals is not heterosexuality, but holiness. We’re not trying to make them straight, but lead them straight to Jesus.
Alan explains why suicide is considered a sin in Christianity. COMMENTS Read more posts
Greg discusses how, as the rule maker, God can determine when His grace comes into play. COMMENTS Read more posts
Many hurtful stereotypes surround those who identify as gay or lesbian. Giving up stereotypes is good, but that doesn't mean you have to give up your Christian convictions too.