Sparking Conversation

Over the last several months I have devoted a great deal of time discussing topics largely by engaging categories established by others.  I have set out to inspect a number of statements about issues of gender and sexuality against Scripture in hopes of encouraging others to question the status quo that exists in American Evangelicalism.  One of my greatest wishes is for people to be empowered to read Scripture both privately and corporately in a way that inspires all to imitate Christ by loving all people and joining with them in fellowship.

That is, I have strived to impress upon the reader that the purpose of reading Scripture is not to merely inform or support our own opinions or experiences.  Neither is it to assist in developing a series of absolutist propositions towards a system of universal theological truth.  Instead, the purpose of Scripture is to draw us into the…

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