Browsing All posts tagged under »Evangelicalism«

Adele & Peter: Queer & Christian: Conversation 7

September 6, 2011


Peter says, ‘Here, Adele shares more of her painful experiences with ex-gay ministries, how she attended Pat Robertson’s Regent University (TRULY!), and how these experiences nearly led her to suicide…’ Advertisements

Adele & Peter: Queer & Christian: Conversation 6: ‘Is There Any Gray Here?’

August 30, 2011


Peter says, ‘In this segment, Adele is INCREDIBLY patient and tolerant with me as I dig into possibilities of gray area in a subject that is so deeply personal to her. Please understand that I would NOT ask these questions in casual conversation with someone who didn’t already have some relational foundation with me. It’s […]

Jesus Loves YOU

June 29, 2009


Jesus Loves YOU BY Theresa Seeber Many of us have been told that the Bible teaches we are in sin for being gay. Some of us have been taught that to pursue even a monogamous same-sex relationship is sin, whereas some have even been told that our very orientation, although out of our control, is […]

The Art of Love – One Son’s Story

April 20, 2009


The Art of Love – One Son’s Story BY Nick I think I knew I was gay for sure around my junior or senior year of high school. I use the word “think” because I had doubts and I tried to tell myself something different for years.  I kept it a secret and tried to […]

Choosing Love – One Mom’s Story

April 13, 2009


Choosing Love – One Mom’s Story By Liz Nick is my first born, and when I held him in my arms for the first time I discovered a love inside of me that was stronger, gentler and more fragile than I could have ever imagined.  He has always been a good son.   His love for […]

Family As Idol In Conservative Christianity

April 6, 2009


Family As Idol In Conservative Christianity By Queerbrit The one thing I have never understood, is why conservative Christians always start with the nuclear family as the building block of a Christianised society.  Further, that faith in practice must essentially protect traditional interpretations of gender roles.  Where did this all come from?  It certainly did […]

From Homophobe to Straight Ally – Part 4

March 30, 2009


From Homophobe to Straight Ally – Part 4 BY Hugh Hollowell This is the fourth and final post in a four part series in which Hugh Hollowell shares his journey from homophobe to straight ally. We will publish one part of his story each week, so you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed […]