I was interviewed by The Claremont Journal of Religion concerning sexuality, gender, LGBT, etcetera. I found it very engaging, and I hope it gives you, my readers, a better idea of where I stand on these issues.
Here’s an excerpt:
“This is the problem: no matter how open, accepting and caring religious organizations are towards marginalized groups, if these feelings don’t translate into policy then it’s empty speech. It means absolutely nothing. As some young people I know exclaim, “‘I will pray for you is just Christianese for ‘Fuck you!'” Intention requires action. It must turn into practical policies that make a tangible difference in people’s lives.”
You can read the entire interview here.
By the way, I love doing interviews, especially audio-recorded ones. If you would like to have me as a guest, just let me know. I’m game!