A Christian Think Tank – “Critically examine everything. Hold on to the good.” (Paul, I Thessalonians 5:21)
This website comes highly recommended by my Bible Study pastor as one to go to when you hear something about Scripture that seems to contradict traditional Christianity. While it has nothing about homosexuality, it is an excellent resource for general Bible knowledge.
CanyonWalker Connections – repairing the breach between the Church and the LGBT Christian Community.
Kathy is a straight Evangelical Christian walking a path with God and striving to following the examples of Jesus. She is available to speak, lead or facilitate conversations or even preach at your church.
See an excellent one and a half hour presentation by Kathy Baldock here.
(The) Epistle – A Web Magazine of Encouragement & Inspiration for Christian Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender People. (excellent website!)
Gay Christian 101 – An EXCELLENT website with full explanations about Adam and Eve, The Sodom Story, Holiness Code, David and Jonathan, the “clobber verses” explained, and MUCH more!!!!
Rick Brentlinger is the author of the book Gay Christian 101: Spiritual Self-Defense for Gay Christians – What the Bible Really Says About Homosexuality and is the most knowledgable person I know on the subject of homosexuality and the Bible.
Plan on spending a lot of time on this website.
Gay Christian Europe – offers multi-lingual support and resources to Christians of all denominations in Europe, who are Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) or questioning their sexual orientation, in their own mother tongues.
Find LGBT Welcoming Churches*, Support Groups & Helplines in your country, find Books relevant to being Gay and Christian in your own language, and read the Testimonies of other GLBT Christians in your country.
Gay PrejudiceÂ â€“ IS GAY PREJUDICE TAUGHT IN THE BIBLE? A Bible Believing Christian Minister and Author Answers This Question! Excellent website â€“ also includes articles on Abominations and Tithing
Have you been left out in the cold by the churchâ€™s unbiblical antigay teachings? Do you know someone who has been hurt? Are you a person who teaches anti-gay doctrines? Are you just curious about what Godâ€™s Word says about homosexual identity?
If you can answer YES to any of these questions, this site is made just for you! There is no word play here, no attempt at looking for loopholes in Godâ€™s Word, no long-winded historical analysis and flowery liberal rhetoric on the subject. Gay Christian Survivors, an online outreach of King James Bible Ministry and Under the Son Ministries, is a Conservative Fundamentalist Christian ministerâ€™s intensive and prayerful study on the issue of homosexuality AS THE BIBLE tells it.
This is also a safe haven for gay and lesbian believers in Jesus Christ and the Holy Scriptures, who seek shelter from the torments of the churchâ€™s anti-gay dogma and the â€śex-gayâ€ť propaganda used by the biased straight community, to discover the truth about what the Scriptures actually say about homosexuality.
GodMadeMeGay.com â€“ is the wonderful website of my dear friend Rev. Bruce Lowe, whose articles â€śA Letter to Louise â€“ A Biblical Affirmation of Homosexualityâ€ť and â€śSix Pointsâ€ť appear on this website.
Sadly, Bruce passed away in 2014, shortly after his dear wife, Anna.
Bruce was a graduate of Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas (1936) and of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas (1946). He married Anna Marie in 1944; they had two sons and two grandsons. His ministry included the chaplaincy during World War II, pastorates in Louisiana, and teaching Bible at Louisiana College, Pineville. He left the ministry in 1966 and worked until retirement in the Office for Civil Rights of the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Bruce was a strong supporter of our GLBT community and endeavoured to educate with the truth of the Scriptures regarding homosexuality.
Bruceâ€™s website also offers a plethora of Resources.
Hope Remains â€“ If you are a Christian and want to know what scripture really says about homosexuality, this site is for you.
If you are Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, or questioning your sexuality, and you fear that God will reject you, condemn you to hell, or even hate you, and you are looking for hope, this site is for you.
We are not going to beat anyone with verses of scripture. We understand that your sexuality is primarily about who you are, not what you do, and that it is not something you chose.
We are not going to judge you, and we are not going to try to change anything about you, except perhaps the way you see yourself and how you fit into Godâ€™s plans and His Kingdom.
What we are going to do is visit every one of the passages of scripture that you thought condemned you, look at them in the Hebrew and Greek (the original languages), and find out for ourselves what God thinks, without interference from human opinions, historical prejudice, judgmental people and biased medieval (and modern) Bible translators.
It is our intent in the following pages to demonstrate that scripture in the original languages never condemned homosexuality, and same-sex marriage, often thought to be a â€śnewâ€ť concept, existed and was accepted back then. We also hope to make it clear that Transgender persons transitioning to the desired sex are NOT sinning.
We hope that you will find new hope and a firm understanding that Jesus loves you far more than you have been led to believe.
Note: Where we have used Hebrew and Greek words, we have also transliterated the words into our alphabet, attempting to approximate the MODERN pronunciations of the words. (No one is alive who can tell us how biblical Hebrew and Koine Greek were pronounced, so it makes more sense to use the modern pronunciations of both languages.)
Inclusive Orthodoxy â€“ approaches the problem that the more inclusive an organization or denomination becomes, the further it strays from the Apostolic faith and core orthodox Christian teaching.
Justin Cannon, the founder of this website, is perhaps the most gifted young man of our LGBT community to come along in many years. Still in his early 20â€™s and pursuing his future within the priesthood, Justin has already accomplished much, including the publication of his booklet The Bible, Christianity, & Homosexuality, the design and development of several websites, and the recognition by Out Magazine as one of the Top 100 most influential gay people of 2006.
I am in full agreement with Justinâ€™s statements and highly recommend this website to all.
Jesus in Love â€“ offers resources to help lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people build a deep, living relationship with God through Christ. It is an online oasis for all who want to integrate sexuality and Christian spirituality. We affirm lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and let LGBT experiences illuminate Bible texts and church life. We are reclaiming and building on the tradition of God as Lover.
We welcome art, music, poetry and the beauty of nature as a means to spiritual growth. While valuing other faiths, we seek direct contact with Jesus Christ.
Lesbian Herstory Archives â€“ The Lesbian Herstory Archives is home to the worldâ€™s largest collection of materials by and about lesbians and their communities. Please read our History as well as our Mission and Statement of Purpose to learn more.
We are located at 484 14th St. in Park Slope, Brooklyn, between 8th Avenue and Prospect Park West. You can visit the Archives anytime weâ€™re open, to browse through photographs or files, read a book, watch a video, listen to a CD or LP, do research or to volunteer. We also arrange group tours.
Online Bible Study Resources â€“ includes:
- Daily Bible Devotionals
- Bible Questions & Answers
- What Does the Bible Say About Easter
- Praying the News
- YouTube Teachings
- In Confusion How Can We Know the Truth?
- Bible Resources in Spanish
- Overcoming Life Digests
- Bible Studies
- Daily Bible Reading Plan
- True Story Of The Bibleâ€”365 Short Readings
- About Us
- Bible Video Welcome Message
Queer Theology â€“ We are queer, trans Christians creating the theology of our liberation. When we came out (ages ago) there werenâ€™t very many resources for LGBTQ+ Christians and pretty much all of the resources that DID exist only asked if it was okay to be gay. While that question matters and is a great starting point, thereâ€™s so much more! We wanted to create a space where people could explore how their sexuality and gender identity enriched their faith! Where people could make friends, and grow their faith, and transform their lives. This is the place weâ€™ve created and have been running since 2013.
Note From Mary: HIGHLY, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED SITE, ESPECIALLY FOR OUR TRANS FAMILY
Religious Institute on Sexual Morality, Justice, and HealingÂ â€“ Founded in 2001, we are a multi-faith organization dedicated to advocating for sexual health, education, and justice in faith communities and society. The Religious Institute has emerged as the national leadership organization working at the intersection of religion and sexuality issues.
Our staff provide clergy, congregations, and denominational bodies with technical assistance on addressing sexuality and reproductive issues, and assist sexual and reproductive health (SRH) organizations on addressing religious issues and developing outreach to faith communities.
The primary objectives of the Religious Institute include:
* Developing and supporting a network of clergy, religious educators, theologians, ethicists, and other religious leaders committed to sexual justice
* Building the capacity of religious institutions and clergy to offer sexuality education within the context of their own faith traditions
* Helping congregations become sexually healthy faith communities
* Educating the public and policymakers about a progressive religious vision
of sexual morality, justice, and healing.
Shaw Ministries â€“ is dedicated to presenting spiritual truths that reveal the inclusive, empowering love of God exhibited through the New Covenant established by Jesus Christ.
* Provides religious education related to issues of traditional prejudices and the religious oppression of people groups, such as homosexuals and women.
* Focuses on re-educating people regarding the Biblical principles that value diversity and oppose the religious oppression of anyone.
* Founded on the belief that the gospel of Jesus Christ is the most powerful, inclusive expression of Godâ€™s love for all people.