Question: "Is it possible to be a gay Christian? There is a tendency to declare homosexuality as the worst of all sins. While it is undeniable, biblically speaking, that homosexuality is immoral and unnatural Romans , in no sense does the Bible describe homosexuality as an unforgivable sin. Nor does the Bible teach that homosexuality is a sin Christians will never struggle against. Many homosexuals who become Christians have ongoing struggles with homosexual feelings and desires. Whether or not these desires and temptations exist does not determine whether a person is a Christian.
Human sexuality is complex. It affects us physically, mentally and emotionally. After the fall, God gave us spiritual laws to ensure that sexuality could remain the blessing He intended it to be. This relationship — between a man and a woman within a lifelong, faithful marriage — is repeated again and again throughout the Bible, and is the only sexual relationship sanctioned and blessed by God. Genesis , Impure lusts were awakened, which would go on to plague their descendants throughout all the generations. Our sex drive is not a sin.
At last, a generation of schoolchildren will grow up knowing it’s OK to be LGBT
Confused how two groups of church-goers can have such conflicting views about whether it's OK to be gay? Both sides of the debate about homosexuality in the church, which threatens to split the worldwide Anglican church, hold their views sincerely and after much study. So how can their views be so contradictory?
S tudents across the country are heading back to school this week, and while this might not seem momentous, for Stonewall, this school year marks the beginning of the end of a decades-long campaign to get an inclusive education system in England. In September , new regulations for teaching relationships and sex education RSE in English schools come into force. It will be a landmark moment — a whole generation will attend schools that not only accept LGBT people and same-sex relationships, but also celebrate and offer support on the issues that young LGBT people face. The guidance means that primary schools will teach about different families, which of course includes LGBT families.