The Nashville Statement, Pt 4

Couple hugging in front of a sunset.

In this final installment of the Nashville Statement series, Matt and I deliriously wrap up our discussion. We go on some pretty serious tangents, including: why I hate the phrase “speaking the truth in love,” the crazy things customers say to me at work, and how we’ve learned to live with doubt.

The Nashville Statement, Pt3

couple and a night sky.
Photo by Meireles Neto on Unsplash

Matt Langston (of Eleventyseven fame) and I continue our read-through of the Nashville Statement. We discuss gender, transgenderism, gay celibacy, and the dangers of gender complementarianism. I also got a bit drunk

My Christian Give-a-Damn is Broken

I used to care so deeply. I used to care so deeply about right belief, about Orthodoxy, about the church’s teachings and how to best live them out. I used to care so much about being part of the inside, part of the Right Crowd. I used to care so deeply about not being cast […]

The Heart Matters

This morning, as I was scrolling through my feedly app, I came across a particular post from an ex-gay blog called Your Other Brothers (they would probably object to being labeled as ex-gay, but that to me seems the best approximation of their work.) Much as I disagree with the guys on the blog, I […]

Exploring The Bible, Gender, and Sexuality, Part One

Last year, I read an extraordinary book by James Brownson called Bible, Gender, Sexuality: Reframing the Church’s Debate on Same-Sex Relationships. I found it personally cathartic in my own journey as a gay Christian, as it helped me sort through some major theological questions I had at the time, but I also found it to […]