Battling for the heart of Christianity Rejoice gays and lesbians! Bishop John Shelby Spong says our battle has been won already. Bishop Spong’s critics often lambaste him for making statements they find outrageous, and when he told me during a recent interview that our battle
Christianity betrayed Bruce Bawer keeps stealing my ideas. I don’t know how he gets into my head, but he does. So far, he’s written two books I wish I had written. First, there was A Place At The Table, an unblinkingly critical look at gay
CULT: quasi-religious group, often living in a colony, with a charismatic leader who indoctrinates members with unorthodox or extremist views, practices or beliefs. (Webster’s New World Dictionary.) I would rather you commit suicide than have you leave Love In Action wanting to return to the
Rev. Mel White is an accidental activist. He came from deep inside his closet, ghost writing biographies for leaders of the religious right, to fasting in jail because his old employers would no longer recognize him once his true identity was revealed. He was thrust
Listen to the podcast interview As we have seen in this issue, many “mainstream” churches are opening their doors to gays and lesbians. This action is undoubtedly being blessed by God as evidenced by the growth and other miracles these churches have experienced. It’s good
In the world of gay and lesbian publishing, you can often judge your success by the number of death threats you have received. Author Keith Hartman says since his book Congregations in Conflict: The Battle Over Homosexuality (Rutgers University Press) hit stores, he has received a
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