Tag: Homosexuality

Cardinal sin?

Cardinal sin?

by Guy Brandon Amongst the rumours and half-truths surrounding Keith O’Brien, at least two key pieces of information have become clear over the last 48 hours. One is that Cardinal O’Brien has now admitted that his sexual conduct ‘has fallen below the standards expected of me as a priest, archbishop and cardinal‘ – ecclesiastical code […]

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Christians need re-education

Christians need re-education

by John Hayward On Monday two High Court judges ruled that homosexual rights ‘should take precedence’ over the right not to be discriminated against on religious grounds, albeit under very limited circumstances. Eunice and Owen Johns had previously raised four of their own children and provided foster care for nearly 20 children, but were told […]

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Christian hoteliers wrong over gay discrimination

Christian hoteliers wrong over gay discrimination

by John Hayward I have just given a pre-recorded radio interview about the court decision against the bed and breakfast owners, Peter and Hazelmary Bull, who refused service to civil partners Martyn Hall and Steven Preddy on the basis of their sexuality. Here’s what I said: If we are going to open our homes to […]

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Pastoral care for homosexuality

Pastoral care for homosexuality

A protest by proponents of gay marriage in Boston. If ‘sexual orientation’ is a flawed concept, should we be constructing laws or civil rights categories upon it? (REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi) Mario Bergner, March 2006 Our most commonly asked question at Redeemed Life Ministries is, ‘How can I help someone who is struggling with homosexuality?’ My first […]

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The Causes of Homosexuality: What science tells us by Simon Burton

The Causes of Homosexuality: What science tells us by Simon Burton

  This report explores in some depth the scientific evidence relating to the causes of homosexuality. It is intended to be a critical evaluation of the various theories focussing on both historical and contemporary evidence. It does not examine the morality of homosexuality or any of the theological, social and political issues that it raises. It examines three […]

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