I'm getting ready to write a blog explaining my position on homosexuality (I've had a few real life friends ask me about it), and I'm having a hard time remembering any of my sources (I could just be really tired, as I'm *usually* in bed by now)....
So I was just wondering if any of you lovely ladies had any "pro-gay" material you could link me to, so I can site sources when I talk about things like original language and all that.
Those of you who don't agree with homosexuality can just click out, because I'm not looking to debate right now, I'm just wanting to organize my thoughts and find sources so I can start to write.
And, of course, I'll be more than happy to link the finished product to this thread when I'm done, if anyone is interested! :)
The Letter to Louise (sorry, I was trying to get a little someone that woke up back into bed, and didn't get it linked!) was actually written about 50 years ago by a (now retired) Baptist minister and former WWII chaplain in response to the concerns of a parishoner...it is really well done, particularly with regard to the Biblical information being viewed in the historical critical method.
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