(RNS) — Why do these conflicts — over same-sex marriage, transgender people and the ordination of openly gay people — keep popping up in Christianity?
(RNS) These 10 people have publicly broken with Christian hard-line positions against same-sex marriage.
(RNS) Not all LGBT Christians heard good news in some of the well-meaning statements made by prominent Christians after the mass shooting that killed 50 at an LGBT nightclub in Orlando, Fla.
(RNS) When the editor of Christianity Today does not distance himself from “fellow evangelical” David Neff or The New York Times reports on a “brother in Christ” named Matthew Vines, the gatekeepers must spring into action.
BOSTON (RNS) The shift in this year's Q conference reflects the reality that conversations about human sexality do not occur in echo chambers of monologue, isolated from those who disagree.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (RNS) The shifts and conversations within this Bible Belt congregation mirror a larger debate among American evangelicals as they engage tricky and sensitive matters of human sexuality, the authority of Scripture and a rapidly changing culture.
(RNS) At the heart of this controversy, there's a deeper problem: a fundamentally flawed belief that one cannot be a true Christian if one identifies as LGBTQ (or an ally of LGBTQ people).
WASHINGTON (RNS) Everyone on Twitter is learning that a hashtag cuts both ways -- it can be hijacked or lampooned by detractors, and it's a key way that online activists are pushing back against opposing messages or what some might even call hate speech.
WASHINGTON (RNS) What can you believe about gays and still call yourself an evangelical? And who gets to decide?
(RNS) For both sides, alleged friendships could pose a risk, as relationships could be perceived as acceptance.
(RNS) A new group of progressive evangelicals is trying to persuade other Christians to support same-sex marriage.
(RNS) With "ex-gay" ministries falling out of favor -- even by their biggest proponents -- many Christians are encouraging gays and lesbians to adopt a life of celibacy instead, without ever trying to change their sexual orientation.
(RNS) The church has re-examined its views before, on issues ranging from slavery to divorce.