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August 06 2018 By dvirtue Torn Between Two Cultures? Revoice, LGBT Identity, and Biblical Christianity

Just a few days ago, a conference was held in St. Louis. The "Revoice" conference was advertised as "supporting, encouraging, and empowering gay, lesbian, same-sex attracted, and other LGBT Christians so they can flourish while observing the historic, Christian doctrine of marriage and sexuality."

The name was no accident, as the organizers called for a "revoicing" of the evangelical message on issues of sexuality, sexual identity, and beyond.

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July 31 2018 By dvirtue Pink Apostates

That sounds like apostasy to me: deliberately moving away from Christian truth once upheld and affirmed. Let me offer two clear examples of this rainbow apostasy which have just occurred. The first is from the UK. Many Christians know and love John and Charles Wesley, and the ministry they had three hundred years ago.

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July 27 2018 By dvirtue 'Intimidation' Overtaking Church on Sexuality Issues, Says Pastor Who Challenged Vicky Beeching

In a lengthy article last week on his blog, TheWeeFlea, David Robertson, who is the pastor at St. Peters Free Church in Dundee, Scotland, described what happened when Beeching -- who came out as a lesbian in 2014 -- commented on his and another pastor's review of her book, Undivided, in which they addressed her arguments and commented on the experiences she had that informed her conclusions.

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July 25 2018 By dvirtue Hormone therapy for transsexuals has fatal health risks

Hormone 'therapy'

Hormone 'therapy' involves giving testosterone to women and oestrogen to men.

The US study compared medical records of over 5,000 transgender people against more than 97,000 others.

It also suggested that men who took hormones for more than six years were ten times more likely to have a stroke caused by a blood clot than the general population.


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July 24 2018 By dvirtue Five Spiritual Dangers in the Human Rights Campaign's 'Guide' for LGBT Evangelicals

HRC's push to encourage churches to accept people who suffer with same-sex attraction and gender dysphoria is laudable, and Christians have been too dismissive of these people in the past. But Christians must be careful to preserve the teachings of Jesus while extending His grace to those who struggle with these issues. God calls Christians to love LGBT people, but not to affirm LGBT identity, and HRC's "guidance" undermines that crucial mission.

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Four years later, we have a field guide published by the Human Rights Campaign encouraging activists to infiltrate evangelical churches including those of the Southern Baptist Convention, to push Christians to abandon the Biblical view on sexuality and replace it with a heretical homosexual identity politics that adopts a thin veneer of scriptural reference.

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July 19 2018 By dvirtue Same-sex 'marriage' doesn't improve LGBT health: Study

Health indicators for lesbians in these legally-recognized "marriages" did not suggest they are any healthier than non-"married" lesbians.

Gay men in these "marriages" also showed no improvement in their health.

"Turning to health outcomes, we find no relationship between legal access to same-sex marriage and self-rated health, substance use, or preventive care take-up for men in same-sex households," the authors wrote.

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July 02 2018 By dvirtue NIGERIA: An interview with Ben Kwashi, Anglican Archbishop of Jos

AB Kwashi seemed calm and joyful when he greeted us today. One would never know that just the night before last, his own compound was attacked, all his cows stolen by Fulani raiders, and his neighbor murdered while trying to protect his friend (the Archbishop). The terrorists seemed to be sending the Archbishop a warning. When we came to his door, Kwashi was saying goodbye to the leader of another Nigerian network of churches. They joked about their days in seminary together.

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June 30 2018 By dvirtue CANADA: Edmonton Bishop Jane Alexander denies tapping into the Zeitgeist while doing it

Bishop Jane Alexander's opening gambit, declaring LGBT people are "not an abomination" is a loaded statement along the lines of "when did you stop beating your wife?" It presupposes that there are conservatives in the church who think they are an abomination: no conservative I know thinks that.

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