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Writer sees growing gay acceptance among Mormons

RNS () — Jerry Argetsinger never felt a twinge of tension between being gay and being Mormon. Nobody talked about … Continued

Scott Lively gets his day in court

MICHELE SIBILONI AFP/GETTY IMAGES A man looks on December 11, 2012 at an advertising by campaign group Avaaz in the … Continued

Mormonsandgays.org: Almost impossible to explain this site

Rather on the QT last week, the LDS Church launched “mormonsandgays.org”, a head-scratcher of a Web site that makes one … Continued

Ted Haggard says he’s bisexual

By Julia Duin (File photo of Ted Haggard with his wife Gayle) Just out: Ted Haggard, the disgraced-now-redeemed evangelist from … Continued

In Trinidad and Tobago, youth and faith join hands to fight homophobia

Trinidad and Tobago hardly seems a likely battleground for America’s culture wars. But recent months have seen a drama there … Continued

DADT: the ‘separate but equal’ of our time

Despite public and military support for overturning Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, the legislation which bans openly gay service members, political, … Continued

Gay and Catholic: what the church gets right and wrong about being gay

By Eve Tushnet The Catholic church should be the place where the outcast, humiliated, or desperate can feel at home. … Continued

Christian love and sex

By Diarmaid MacCullochscholar, author What constitutes Christian love amid the sweaty delights of sex? Organized religion always takes an interest … Continued

Catholic Charities, gays and DC’s poor

This Catholic’s View By Thomas J. Reese, S.J. If you believed what you read on blogs and in newspapers, you … Continued

From Scandal to Seminary

By James McGreeveyGeneral Theological Seminary As governor of New Jersey, I had an illicit relationship with a male member of … Continued

Let A Thousand Weddings Bloom

New Hampshire became the sixth state to let gay couples wed. The new law was approved after revisions exempted members … Continued

Our Gay Christian Neighbors

By Joel P. Engardiowriter, documentary filmmaker Near San Francisco’s gay center, past the hill where Castro becomes Divisadero Street, a … Continued

God Enjoyed Inauguration Rhetoric

I thought God – the real God, the One Who cares passionately about justice, peace, and diversity – came out … Continued

Gay Rights: Religious Justification And Condemnation Equally Irrelevant

Why would anyone care whether there is a biblical case to be made for gay marriage? You might as well … Continued

Gay Unions, YES; Gay Marriage, NO

“Is there a religious and/or scriptural case for gay marriage?” 1…..In her eagerness to promote gay MARRIAGE (in her December … Continued

Catholicism and Same-Sex Marriage

The Catholic bishops of Connecticut support a State Constitutional Convention to draft provisions for blocking gay marriages. Last week, the … Continued

Religion and the Secular Conscience

We often hear that some new scientific discovery has confirmed ancient religious teaching. It now appears that this hearkening back … Continued

Important, but Too Political

Governor Mitt Romney’s speech shows the importance of having a national conversation on religion in public life but it also … Continued

Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, Don’t Care

“Sexual preferences” is simply contemporary code for lesbianism and homosexuality. The question is not asking, for example, about the “sexual … Continued