Tag Archives: LGBT

Disney and Your LGBT Neighbors

In taking Beauty and the Beast from animation to live action, Disney has chosen to portray Gaston’s sidekick LeFou as a possibly gay man (the evidence is ambiguous). Some people are outraged. Yet apparently no one is bothered that Lumiere … Continue reading

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Why I Think God is Pleased with My Gay Relationships

[From the archives.] I have gay relationships. I have lesbian relationships too. I think God is pleased. There seem to be quite a few people in my profession who fall into one of the LGBTQQIA categories – lesbian, gay, bisexual, … Continue reading

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Marriage Equality and No Fault Divorce – how do you rank them?

[Updated from the archives.] I read a thought-provoking question on another blog: Would anyone agree that there is a difference between a) baking a cake you know is for a gay couple b) baking a cake you know is for … Continue reading

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High School Girls In Tuxedos Are Not A Sign Of The Apocalypse

One man decided that a girl in pants threatened the good order and sensibilities of the high school prom. So when Claudetteia Love said she’d be wearing a tuxedo to the dance, the principal put his foot down: no tuxedo. Love’s … Continue reading

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Sex in the Courtroom

[This is the opening to a post I have up at Liz Mallory’s blog today.] The young man – well, legally a man but not for much longer – stood in front of me, separated by the space between the … Continue reading

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John Piper, Two Mommies and LGBT Hamburgers

Last week Burger King introduced hamburgers wrapped in rainbow paper in one of their San Francisco locations. The company also produced a short video of people commenting on the marketing scheme, some in favor and some not, but everyone who ate a … Continue reading

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Same Sex Marriage and No Fault Divorce – how do you rank them?

Jonathan Merritt and Joe Carter recently wrote about each other’s thoughts on Jesus’ relationships with sinners. Merritt thought Carter too restrictive in his doctrinal stance and Carter thought Merritt too expansive. It makes for interesting reading. The part that got … Continue reading

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Westboro Baptists, The Death Of Fred Phelps, And Protestors Who Get It Wrong

A local government official who attended my church took a position in favor of same sex marriage a few years ago. This wasn’t a theological matter for her but one of governance: she felt that the state could not refuse … Continue reading

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