On tonight’s programme we look at the backlash coming from the Presbyterian Church in Ireland’s decision to not allow those in same-sex relationships to be full members of the church. We also discuss Vicky Beeching, the upcoming Revoice Conference and the position large sections of the visible church are taking on LGBT issues.
On tonight’s programme we respond to Justin Khoe’s (ThatChristianVlogger) videos on how to deal with professing gay Christians. How should we share the truth with homosexuals? Can you be gay and a Christian at the same time? Is there such a thing as ‘homophobia’?
On tonight’s programme we respond to Erin Green’s article written for the Huffington Post called ‘Wolves In Sheep’s Clothing: How LGBTQ Oppression Masquerades As ‘Love’ On Non-Affirming Christian Campuses’. The article was written in response to a number of Biola University professors signing the Nashville Statement. Erin Green claims to be a ‘gay Christian’. Who are the real wolves in sheep’s clothing?
After the massive reaction from the religious left, what does the Nashville Statement teach? What are its good points and what could be improved upon? How can this situation be used for God’s glory?
Is The Reformation Project, started by Matthew Vines, Biblical? What does the group hope to achieve? A recent talk hosted by The Reformation Project at Renovation Church, Atlanta, called ‘Elevating the Dialogue on LGBT Inclusion in the Church’ was reviewed on tonight’s show. What are the views of Léonce Crump, Jr., senior pastor at Renovation Church (member of Acts 29); Ashley Matthews, Eastside parish pastor at Trinity Anglican Church; and Stan Mitchell, senior pastor at GracePointe Church on LGBT inclusion in the Church? Can practising LGBT people be included lawfully in the Church? Can an LGBT person change and leave behind this identity?