Christian Issues

In landmark move, Methodist bishop defies church law and colleagues to marry gay couple

In landmark move, Methodist bishop defies church law and colleagues to marry gay couple. The Methodist Council of Bishops told Bishop Melvin G. Talbert that he must not marry this couple. But Bishop Talbert decided to take his orders from a higher authority. (Sorry to again send you to the UC’s blog on Patheos. Will […]

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I wish I could feel God

Got this in: So I’m filled with a lot of questions. You probably get these all the time. I honest-to-goodness wish I could feel God. I feel as if something’s wrong with me since I’m unable to feel him. How can we be certain that Christianity is the correct religion, since all religions claim to […]

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Christians opposing the shameful “Values Voter Summit”

Here’s a snapshot of the speakers at yesterday’s NALT Christians press conference, held at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., as a “prebuttal” to the shameful (and for some reason illiterately named) Values Voter Summit, which starts today. From left to right are:

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Press Conference: Thursday, 10 a.m., Washington D.C. National Press Club, with NALT Christians Project co-founders, Michael Keegan, president of People for the American Way, and special guests. [VIDEO]

Below is a media advisory just released. Catherine and I are flying into Washington D.C. tomorrow. Pray/send us love, if you would, around this event. Thank you!

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One big way to fail God and man

Over on the comments section of my recent post, Are the Bible’s “laws” on homosexuality unbiblical?, two readers made statements which, taken together, should put to rest forever the idea that it’s reasonable to consider the Bible as an inflexible rulebook concerning matters such as … oh, I dunno, homosexuality.

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Tony Jones: Into the future, Bible in hand

If you haven’t seen the video Tony Jones made for The NALT Christians Project, it’s below. In it he says this:

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