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The origin of marriage is found in Genesis and it was designed by God to be between one man and one woman for life. Homosexual behavior and gay “marriage” are deviations from God’s design and homosexual relations are repeatedly condemned in God’s Word. Christians must lovingly point homosexuals to Christ.
Recently the Nashville Statement was translated into Dutch and signed by over 250 Christian leaders—and prosecutors are investigating if this breaks the law.
For nearly 60 years Barbie and Ken—the dolls produced by Mattel—have been a pair. But a gay couple is meeting with Mattel in the hopes of changing that.
Recently former US President Jimmy Carter was asked in an interview for his thoughts on gay “marriage” and if he thought Jesus would approve of it.
The American chicken sandwich chain Chick-Fil-A recently announced it was expanding into Canada, but the news sparked outrage from the Canadian LGBT community.
Confronted by the gospel, a national LGBT activist saw Christ transform everything about her life—including her identity
If God is in charge, then His Word is clear—homosexuality is a sin and marriage is the union of one man and one woman. So why don’t young people believe that?
Sooner or later it is going to happen—you are going to be challenged to act on your convictions about what marriage is.
Even unbelievers know that the Bible’s a dangerous text because its internal purpose is to redeem—to change the very nature of humanity.
How can we share the truth about homosexuality without appearing to be unloving—or worse, actually acting in unloving ways?
It’s headline news around the world: “Ireland poised to legalize gay marriage as votes tallied.”
The gospel offers more than just sin management; it offers present transformation.
Attendance at a wedding is not a neutral act.
The message of “The Riddle” preaches tolerance and equality for behaviors that are offensive not just to Christianity but also to other world religions.
Startling admissions by gay activist and network commentator highlight the attack on the family.
The homosexual rights movement has adopted the language of “civil rights” as its own. Do these claims have any legitimacy?
The Boy Scouts of America has been debating the possibility of ending its ban on gay membership in the organization.
After previous reports of homosexual penguins, the birds seem to be an icon of aberrant sexual practice. But headlines aside, new research shows there’s relatively little to the idea of penguin homosexuality.
How should Christians respond to the issue of homosexuality?
How can a Christian discuss this difficult topic with others in a Godly way? Or should we even be discussing it at all?
The cultural divide in America concerning the family is growing. Hollywood films and other media have launched an aggressive campaign to normalize same-sex relationships.
Baptist minister Oliver “Buzz” Thomas, in a USA TODAY opinion piece, takes aim at those who take aim at homosexuality, suggesting that such anti-homosexual statements by churches are causing religion to “lose its credibility.”