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The intersection of queer identity and spiritual identity.

What Do You Do When Your Son is Gay?

After reading this power story that Susan over at FreedHearts posted, I asked her for, and received, permission to post it in full here on the QPHC blog. It speaks for itself, and sadly is not the only story of... Continue Reading →

Fear

Fear. Fear is something I have been observing for quite some time among my fellow conservative Christians, but it became especially noticeable in the past two weeks as the Boy Scouts of America contemplated removing their national ban on gay scouts... Continue Reading →

Bishop Gene Robinson Reaches Out to Closeted PHC Students

Episcopal Bishop Gene Robinson, of the Diocese of New Hampshire, recently visited the Center for American Progress in Washington, D.C., where he spoke with former congressman Pat Murphy about Robinson's new book, God Believes in Love. Robinson spoke with Queer... Continue Reading →

Patrick Henry College Herald Tackles Homosexuality

The Patrick Henry College Herald, a student-run publication, recently published this article on out friends and family members of current students [PDF], which also features the story of a current student who describes her former relationship with a woman. It's worth... Continue Reading →

LGBT History Month: Day 31 Rev. Robert Wood

Day thirty-one of LGBT History Month features the Rev. Robert Wood, who authored the first book in the United States on Christianity and homosexuality. From his bio at the LGBT History Month website: “Is it proper for two of the same sex... Continue Reading →

The Circle

I was reading this afternoon from a gay Christian author, Peter J. Gomes, and came across a passage where the quoted Edwin Markham's poem Outwitted. He was quoting it in reference to how LGBTQ Christians are often treated or spoken of as... Continue Reading →

Dan Savage vs. Brian Brown: The Dinner Table Debate, Part 2

See Part 1 of my review of the debate between Dan Savage and Brian Brown. Moving further into his opening criticism Dan Savage talks about how the Bible clearly supports and allows slavery, and yet, Christians now consider slavery to... Continue Reading →

Dan Savage vs. Brian Brown: The Dinner Table Debate, Part 1

The Dinner Table Debate between Dan Savage, author of the Savage Love column, and Brian Brown, president of the National Organization for Marriage, was moderated by Mark Oppenheimer, a writer for the New York Times. If you haven't seen the... Continue Reading →

Why Did I Believe It For So Long?

I've known for quite a long time now that I liked guys, at least a dozen years, but it wasn't until just recently that I actually comprehended it. For the longest time it didn't really mean anything to me and... Continue Reading →

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