We evangelicals need to get beyond what we believe and pay attention to how we believe.
An Episcopal priest talks liturgy, drinking habits, the Bible and more.
The burden of proof should rest on those who want to exclude LGBT Christians.
If the fall hadn’t happened, would there be gay love, sex, and marriage?
Scripture is consistent and unambiguous: homosexual activity is not God’s will for his people.
The Bible can’t be blamed for the way we misuse “sodomy.”
A young gay Christian on how he wishes to be seen by his fellow believers.
The Synod’s statement is not perfect, and it leaves out the most important thing. But it represents great promise for gay Catholics.
A document from the Synod of Bishops provokes debate from the right and left flanks of the Catholic Church.
Moore has spent much of his first year at the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission writing blog posts on Christian sexual ethics.
Charles Marsh’s recent biography questions Bonhoeffer’s sexuality. What will the response be?
A decade after Massachusetts became the first state to issue marriage licenses for same-sex couples, the gay marriage movement has all the momentum.
Five ways churches can better address the realities of gay people in their congregation.
The celebrated novelist speaks to today’s religious controversies — and worries that no one who speaks for Calvinism has read John Calvin.
A conversation with the Fast Company editor and author of a travelogue into the heart of American Christians’ views on homosexuality.
“Religion and sex are tracking each other like never before,” says sociologist Mark Regnerus.
A journalist and longtime observer of American religious culture offers some advice to his evangelical friends.
Why “welcome and wanted” is a biblical response to gay and lesbian couples in evangelical churches.
From Chick-fil-A to Phil Robertson to World Vision, evangelicalism is embroiled in a public struggle over how to respond to the growing acceptance of homosexuality.