Archives for 2013

The sole Christian in a three-way relationship

What’s a Christian bisexual lesbian in a three-way relationship living in the deep South to do? [Read more…]

NALT’s response to the Duck Dynasty controversy

Hi, all. While I was on vacation last week, Wayne Besen and Evan Hurst, my fellow NALT Christians co-founders, issued the statement below, which I thought I’d here share. [Read more…]

Rejoice now

This is the time to believe the unbelievable. [Read more…]

Christmas time is nigh: so bye!

That’s our Christmas tree this year! (And part of one of my congas—and some of my wife Catherine’s photography! Which, if you want, you can see more of on her website.) MERRY CHRISTMAS/HAPPY HOLIDAYS/HAPPY KWANZAA TO YOU! I’m gonna unplug between now and just after Christmas. I love being online, where I daily receive so [Read More…]

The opportunity for straight Christians

Straight Christians: God is watching you. And, perhaps even more importantly, so are all the gay people who are yearning for a time when they don’t need defending at all. [Read more…]

One vote for Jesus being brown and Iraqi [VIDEO]

Meanwhile, we’re arguing about Megyn Kelly and whether or not Santa should be shown smoking a pipe. [Read more…]

Fifty shades of Jesus

Wondering about the skin color of Jesus and/or Santa? Well, wonder no more. [Read more…]

“I love you; now change.” Really, Christian?

The only good way to show how wonderfully God is working in your life is to stop telling people how God should be working in theirs. [Read more…]

I, a Bible loving, gospel embracing, Paul-enamored lefty progressive Christian

Lately I’ve been getting a few emails from new readers asking about my personal beliefs and/or theology—or just about me generally, especially relative to Christianity. I appreciate those queries, and thought I’d take a moment to address the main thrusts of them. [Read more…]

Atheist and Christian argue about hell (in a Starbucks). Atheist wins.

An atheist and a Christian debate hell in a Starbucks. The atheist wins. [Read more…]