Tag Archives: Matthew Vines
The Gay Celibate Christian?
Looking over a list of Christian conferences coming up in 2023 I ran across one that states it is for: “LGBTQ+ Christians who have committed to celibacy as a personal call in their spiritual journeys.”
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Apology to PCA and Clarification About Heresy
I received two thoughtful messages in response to an article I wrote about heresies related to homosexuality making inroads into churches. The men who wrote were concerned that the list of denominations I included could be misinterpreted as suggesting that the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) has adopted the unbiblical positions of the Presbyterian Church of the United States (PCUSA). Their concerns are justifiable, and I would like to offer both an apology and a clarification.
My intention was neither to criticize the PCA—a denomination which I deeply respect and appreciate—nor to mislead readers about the PCA’s positions on sexual …
Posted in Faith Tagged Danny Cortez, David Gushee, Fred Harrell, Jim Wallis, Julie Rodgers, Matthew Vines, Michelle Clifton-Soderstrom, Presbyterian Church of America, Wesley Hill Comments Off on Apology to PCA and Clarification About Heresy