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.
The Celibate Gay Christian Movement: What Do We Think About It?
Denny Burke offers balanced, introductory thoughts on The Celibate Gay Christian Movement: What Do We Think About It?
David and Jonathan’s Love Was Pure, Not Erotic
Continuing to keep you aware of Evangelical writings on the issue of same-sex attraction, Owen Strachan shares his insight at David and Jonathan’s Love Was Pure, Not Erotic.
10 Principles for a Theological and Practical Response to Gay Christianity
Whether one agrees or disagrees with any or all of the 10 principles that Owen Strachan proposes in this post, his post provides foundational issues that all Christians must think through from a biblical perspective. Read his thoughts in Gay Christianity: Toward a Theological and Pastoral Response.
Wheaton’s Gay Celibate Christian
Here’s the article from World Magazine that prompted the previous blog posts highlighted today’s Friday 5: Wheaton’s Gay Celibate Christian.
Homosexuality: Compassion, Care, and Counsel for Struggling People
The Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC) will focus on the issue of biblical counseling and homosexuality during their 2015 annual conference. View Heath Lambert’s video about the conference at: Homosexuality: Compassion, Care, and Counsel for Struggling People.
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