A Gay Christian Blog

Back in the summer of 2011, I wrote a series of posts about the Churches of Christ and homosexuality.  I’m still getting occasional feedback on these articles, and I wanted to have an easy link to these posts in order.  These are seven of my favorite pieces that I ever wrote for this blog and I hope you will enjoy revisiting them.  All of my posts on religion can now be accessed either by clicking the Religion link or by visiting my other blog which has a few extra posts, “A Gay Christian Blog.”I have since stopped posting to A Gay Christian Blog,” but it is still there with a message directing them to my religious posts on this blog.
Here are links to the full series on the Churches of Christ in order:
  1. Quid Est Veritas (What is truth?John 18:38)
  2. Sola Scriptura (By Scripture Alone)
  3. Abusus Non Tollit Usum (Just Because Something Is Misused Does Not Mean It Cannot Be Used Correctly.)
  4. Veritas Vos Liberabit (The Truth Shall Set You Free—John 8:32)
  5. Deus Caritas Est, Veritas Est Amor (God is Love, Truth is Love)
  6. Vince Malum Bono (Overcome Evil with GoodRomans 12:21)
  7. Via, Veritas, Vita (The Way, The Truth, and The Life—John 14:6)

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