Christianity Today author misleads on Uganda

In a web only piece on Christianity Today, Timothy Shah wants readers to believe that the Anti-Homosexuality Bill is "a legislative stunt" which has generated conspiracy theories about maltreatment of gays in Uganda. He writes: Uganda has attracted human rights activism because of a single legislative stunt by a single low-level politician named David Bahati, a member of the country's authoritarian ruling party and an Anglican. In 2009, Bahati proposed an anti-homosexuality bill so draconian … [Read more...]

Christianity Today stands somewhere on Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill

In a "Where We Stand" editorial, Christianity Today urged readers to "Listen, then Speak."  Overall, I am disappointed and puzzled by the editorial. The closest the writer gets to telling us where CT stands is near the end of the article: We join many other American voices in our concern over the way the proposed legislation can hamper ministry and harm children of God. But we are also grateful for the African voices who are calling us to pay attention to how Western society may be … [Read more...]

Media reports regarding the APA sexual orientation and therapy report

In addition to the separate posts on the topic, here is some additional coverage. If time permits, I may add a comment or two of opinion to them. USA Today Christianity Today World Magazine Mother Jones AP Radio Network Associated Press Los Angeles Times Southern Voice The Advocate Citizenlink, Day 1 Citizenlink, Day 2 Washington Times … [Read more...]

Christianity Today writer reflects on Day of Silence, Golden Rule Pledge

Derek Keefe reflects on the various Christian responses to the Day of Silence with a postive consideration of the Golden Rule Pledge. … [Read more...]

Christianity Today on "The Transgender Moment"

Christianity Today has an article (The Transgender Moment) and sidebar (Walking a Fine Line) (apparently these are in the print and online editions) quoting me and many others regarding transgender issues. Some have contacted me to ask if I was quoted correctly, feeling perhaps that my comments were inconsistent with my views expressed elsewhere. Here are my comments from "The Transgender Moment:" Whether mentioned in Scripture or not, the transgender movement clashes with traditional … [Read more...]


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