Friday’s 5 to Live By: The Exodus International Edition

June 28, 2013

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Friday's Five To Live By 2012

Each Friday our BCC staff links you to the top five biblical counseling and Christian living blog posts of the week—posts that provide robust, rich, and relevant insights for living. This week we’re focusing on posts related to the announcement that Exodus International is closing.

Exodus International

Jeremy Lelek of the Association of Biblical Counselors and of the Biblical Counseling Coalition has penned a well-reasoned, comprehensive, and compassionate biblical response in Exodus International: Another Reason We Must Trust Sacred Theology Over Man-Made Theory.

Back to Egypt for Exodus International?

Denny Burk not only provides his response, but also links to numerous other posts and resources in Back to Egypt for Exodus International? 

After Exodus

Christianity Today has compiled “snippet” quotes from leading Evangelicals who have responded to the closure of Exodus International. Read their collation in After Exodus.

Exodus International Closes

Baptist Press interviewed leading Southern Baptist in Exodus International Closes.

Response to Announced Closure of Exodus International

A new group—Restored Hope Network—filed this press release Response to Announced Closure of Exodus International.

Bonus Post # 1: Anderson Cooper Interviews Alan Chambers

Denny Burke provides four video clips of interviews by Anderson Cooper with Alan Chambers and with Lisa Ling at Anderson Cooper Interviews Alan Chambers.

Bonus Post # 2: The Exodus of Exodus International

Jamie Dean of WORLD Magazine provides a summary of perspectives in The Exodus of Exodus International.  

Bonus Post # 3: After Exodus, What?

Over at First Things, Wesley Hill shares his nuanced perspective at After Exodus, What? 

Bonus Post # 4: Resisting the Pendulum Temptation

Randy Newman writes about Resisting the Pendulum Temptation Regarding Ex-Gay Ministries.

Join the Conversation

Which post impacted you the most? Why? What additional blog posts from the past week regarding the closure of Exodus International do you recommend?