Homosexuality

A new day in America

But will religious liberty be preserved?

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Publisher finds challenges in appealing to conservative, liberal faith traditions

The Crown Publishing Group is distancing its WaterBrook Multnomah brand, a publisher of conservative evangelical authors including Al Mohler, from Convergent Books, a separate imprint formed in 2012 to appeal to a more liberal crowd.

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The theo-politics of near/far

A system of opposites shapes the way we think about the world and about each other — and colors the way we talk about divisive issues.

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Emotions mixed for pro-gay ERLC conference attendees

Representatives of LGBT groups attending this week’s conference on The Gospel, Homosexuality and the Future of Marriage said while Southern Baptists aren’t conceding much in their opposition to homosexuality, the fact a conversation is taking place suggests change is in the air.

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Houston withdraws controversial subpoenas of pastors’ sermons

The move had drawn outrage from Christians across the theological spectrum.

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What I have learned: The LGBT Issue, conclusion

Ten lessons learned in writing this series on LGBT issues.

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Seminary grad outs ‘closets’ in Baptist life

An activist says there are gay clergy in the Southern Baptist Convention. They just don’t talk about it.

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ERLC conference drawing diverse crowd

Pro-LGBT groups hope a Southern Baptist Convention conference intended to defend traditional marriage will open the door to more give-and-take about what the Bible says about homosexuality.

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‘Third Way’ pastor says disunity bigger problem than homosexuality

Danny Cortez, pastor of New Heart Community Church in La Mirada, Calif., comments for the first time since his church’s ouster from the Southern Baptist Convention.

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