The Case for Homosexuality in the Christian Church
Politically there’s been a move to have what some call “same-sex marriage” recognized in all 50 of the United States. This has had an important judicial component, too, as the courts have heard lawsuits over making cakes for what some call “gay weddings”. Culturally there has been an ongoing push into waters that, some argue, continue to flow from the sexual revolution of the previous century. The panel today talks about worldview presuppositions which impact one’s position on the issue, with special emphasis on key components of the argument that is put forward by those favoring the acceptance of homosexuality.
Troy Skinner. Faith Debate host and Pastor of Living Faith Ministries in Hagerstown, Maryland.
Jonathan Switzer. Founder of Crossed Bridges in Frederick, Maryland.
Sharon Watts. Rector at Grace Episcopal Church in New Market, Maryland.