Some Evangelical Leaders Take A ‘New Look’ At The Bible’s Stance On Gays

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As a young, openly gay Christian activist, Matthew Vines considered it a victory just to get into a room at a conservative Christian university here with four influential evangelicals who disagreed with him over what the Bible says about homosexuality.

He ended up in a polite, heartfelt three-hour debate last month over Scripture passages about topics like celibacy, eunuchs, slavery — and the connections between sex and marriage.

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1 thought on “Some Evangelical Leaders Take A ‘New Look’ At The Bible’s Stance On Gays”

  1. Honestly, if our church accepted someone who was openly gay into my church and they not turn from it then I would leave.
    But among you there must not be even a hint of sexual immorality, or of any kind of impurity, or of greed, because these are improper for God’s holy people. Ephesians 5:3

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