via the christianpost.comTreating other people as we would like to be treated is a familiar rule for Christians found in the Bible. So, why is it so confusing in today’s world as to how Christians should treat those who consider themselves homosexual?
Nigerian bishop Emmanuel Chukwuma angrily berates Richard Kirker General Secretary of the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement outside the Lambeth Conference August 5. Anglican bishops from around the world are locked in a divisive debate over the place of homosexuals in the church.
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One reason is because so much is at stake. Gay rights and gay marriage have become the central battles in America’s religious culture wars. There are some 780,000 same-sex couples in the United States today, around 10 percent of whom are officially married or in civil partnerships, estimates Gary Gates, a demographer in the law school of the University of California, Los Angeles. click here to read more