Kate Killebrew reflects on Stacy Johnson’s typology of stances on the ethics of homosexual practice, and notes that many are in the process of moving on the continuum.
The 219th General Assembly (2010) sent to the presbyteries an amendment to G-6.0106b that emphasizes the high standard of joyful submission to the Lordship of Jesus Christ and ceases to rely on one contested interpretation of Scripture concerning sexual ethics. Commissioners also voted to recommend that the PCUSA engage in dialogue about marriage. As these […]
Archbishop Desmond Tutu, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, continues to insist on God’s love for all – and to challenge people of faith whose actions lead to harm for others.
As presbyteries continue to vote on Amendment 10-A, which would allow for freedom of conscience in the interpretation of what Scripture teaches about same-gender relationships, Mark Achtemeier is among those have testified to a change of mind.