Sexuality

Accused Baptist camp chaperone indicted

Clyde Wesley Way, arrested last year on charges of taking indecent liberties with four boys at a Baptist summer camp, has been indicted on multiple felony charges by a grand jury in North Carolina.

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Rethinking the sacredness of marriage

It is not unusual for a celebrity’s short-term “hook up” to be considered a marriage, while a 35-year committed relationship between two persons of the same gender is not.

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SBC messengers learn to get along

Richard Land suggests that SBC convention unity resulted from Baptists taking on cultural issues instead of themselves.

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Cal Baptist lawsuit moves forward

A California judge rejected a Baptist university’s claim that it is exempt from a state law that bars discrimination based on gender identity.

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Sexuality resource updated, released

Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth, first released 13 years ago, has been updated to reflect changes in culture and share more stories of churches “coming out” in support of lesbians and gays.

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Getting marriage wrong

Historically, Christianity got the concept of marriage wrong. We should not be surprised that an unhealthy and oppressive view developed.

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School adding transgender policy

A private Christian university is working to create a policy regarding transgender individuals as a sister school faces a lawsuit for dismissing a student.

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Expelled transgender student files suit

A California lawsuit claims that a Baptist university’s religious identity doesn’t give it a right to discriminate.

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True Love Waits turns 20

Founders, participants say the faith-based abstinence program helps youth who wish to remain "pure" in a sexualized society.

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