Posts tagged "gaysubtlety"

Is There Hope for the Gay Undergrad?

Is There Hope for the Gay Undergrad?
Homosexuality might be the most controversial topic in the U. S. today. It becomes extra controversial when combined with the Christian faith, and I recently dove headfirst into the tension by writing a news story for Christianity Today called “Hope for the Gay Undergrad.” The article provides a glimpse into what’s currently being done to... Read more »

gaysubtlety, sexuality & Christianity

gaysubtlety, sexuality & Christianity
I love Wheaton College. And, recently, my alma mater’s student body has been joining in a discussion that has been becoming more and more of a hot topic in conservative Christian circles: sexuality. Christianity Today writers are blogging about it, RELEVANT Magazine is writing about it (“What is Sexual Holiness Anyway?,” – “The Secret Sexual... Read more »