(RNS) — Most clergy I know would recoil at the notion that they or their faith communities have routinely engaged in bullying — but that’s exactly what anti-LGBTQ messaging and policies are.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — More than 100 Cathedral students and other opponents of Thompson's actions held a prayer protest later Thursday outside the archdiocesan offices near downtown Indianapolis.
(RNS) — Two Catholic high schools in Indiana have been ordered to fire openly gay teachers. One did; the other vows to carry its protest against the order to the Vatican. What is going on?
(RNS) — While taking up USCIRF's chair position, Perkins remains president of the Family Research Council, sending emails emphasizing how his group's ‘influence is being felt in Washington, D.C. and across our nation.’
(The Conversation) — The recent reversal of a 2015 policy sanctioning children of same-sex marriages doesn't change the church's view of same-sex couples.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (RNS) — Realignments around LGBTQ inclusion cut both ways: Conservative as well as liberal congregations are breaking away and coming together in new ways.
Why are some Christians always talking about sex?
Andrews University says the fundraiser’s goals don’t mesh with the university’s mission.
Why we should care when a gay student is told to "go back in the closet"
The evangelical ethicist says Christianity must abandon “toxic traditions” that harm the LGBT community.
If these stories are any indicator it's that God is moving the LGBT Christian conversation forward.
Vicky Beeching dishes on her new book and plans for LGBT activism for 2015.
The Christian self-victimization on this case needs to stop. Stop crying wolf when there is no actual threat.
Fighting with loved ones is hard. Finding forgiveness after being hurt can be even harder.
A reflection on the 11th annual Gay Christian Network conference.
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