In the fundamentalist church, it was no longer a question of whether or not God could change someone from gay to straight; it was expected.
Speaker and life coach, Joel Barrett, shares his experience as a formerly closeted gay minister.
We welcome President Obama’s statement and stand with him in opposition to reparative therapy for minors, and call on everyone, regardless of political affiliation, to stand with us and put an end, once and for all, to this practice.
The former leader of renowned ex-gay ministry, Love in Action, answers the question, “What were you thinking?”
When religion makes a promise reality can’t keep.
There’s no such thing as an “ex-gay.” It’s time to put reparative therapy behind us.
From having to keep his orientation “between me and God,” to donning high heels, lipstick and a wig, and having his Pentecostal pastor (also his father) as his biggest supporter.
A loving open letter from Rob Robertson- an evangelical Christian whose gay son died of a drug overdose – to his son, whom he loved completely.
This shift is both seismic and historic in the ongoing effort to bring all voices of faith into a more unified chorus, all calling for the affirmation, acceptance and unconditional love of all of God’s created.
Heather N. feels strongly about forgiveness: That it shouldn’t be mandated, and in some cases can be harmful.
Evidence to the contrary notwithstanding, I think there is a place for thoughtful engagement over the “clobber passages.”