Dear WE: I have a friend who is a non-celibate homosexual and a Christian. He argues that he is not in violation of Scripture (I disagree), and I don’t know how to handle our relationship. How does 1 Cor. 5:11 apply both here and in general? Am I truly not supposed to be friends with […]

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At Zion Lutheran Church’s High School and Adult Sunday School Class, Pastor Matt Richard spent 45 minutes covering the philosophical underpinnings at work in our culture and within the mindsets of same-sex marriage advocates. This is part two of Zion’s Sunday School Series, a series that is meant to survey the philosophy, theology, and impact […]

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At Zion Lutheran Church’s High School and Adult Sunday School Class, Pastor Matt Richard spent 45 minutes covering the philosophical underpinnings at work in our culture and within the mindsets of same-sex marriage advocates. This is part one of Zion Lutheran’s Sunday School Series, a series that is meant to survey the philosophy, theology, and […]

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Dear WE: I recently got into a conversation with a friend about gay marriage and I feel like I brought up good points. I was sure that she would at least reconsider her stance, but instead I was just asked to drop the topic. A couple days later, I got into a conversation with a […]

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If one of the reasons why homosexual couples cannot be married is because they cannot bear children, then should barren couples not marry either? Since following a traditional marriage model (marriage –>sex–>children as opposed to sex –>children –>marriage), we would not know the bareness until after marriage, but what about barren widows, or couples who […]

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