Friday, August 21, 2015

The Church, Same-Sex Attraction, and the Marriage Revolution: Five Articles

S.C. church's stance on homosexuality challenged

The South Carolina Baptist Convention has asked a Greenville church to either reverse its decision to open marriage ceremonies, church membership and ordination to homosexuals or withdraw from the state convention. Keep reading

Also see
Albert Moher: When ‘Discernment’ Leads to Disaster
US Baptists at war over gay marriage and ordination

Missouri Congregation Joins Over 200 Churches Leaving PCUSA Over Homosexuality 

A Missouri congregation has voted to leave Presbyterian Church (USA) over the Mainline denomination's "theological controversies," including its growing acceptance of homosexuality.

First and Calvary Presbyterian Church, a Springfield congregation with approximately 1,700 members, voted 493 to 185 on Sunday in favor of disaffiliating with PCUSA. Keep reading

Is There Any Actual Demand for Same-Sex Marriage?

On June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court made same-sex marriage legal in all 50 states.* One question the Court ignored—and which few people ever truly considered—was whether there is an actual demand for same-sex marriage.

In an attempt to provide an answer we must first determine how many people would be interested in same-sex marriage. Keep reading

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