“A Different Kind of Coming Out”

in Christianity magazine:

In a basement under a church in London I’m meeting with three men who are in a support group. An unusual support group. ‘We were tempted to say that we meet in a nuclear bunker in an undisclosed location,’ says one of them with a wry smile.

They have been talking in private for a while, but believe now is the time for their voices and unique experience to be heard more widely. All three are evangelical church leaders who experience same-sex attraction, but all three describe themselves as either celibate or ‘post-gay’.

more–not always expressed how I’d wish, but a really good sign, I think

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“Owning Our Faith”: I’m in a Video About LGBT Catholic Life
“In Search of Lost Time”: I review an art show
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