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RELATIONSHIPS - Protestants allow same sex marriages/they will bless them - Pope said "who am i to judge?" - Book of Acts "A man should not lie with another man" St Paul - he condemned sodomy (anul sex) as it can't lead to children

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Romantic Images of Gay Couples Around the World

My project titled ALL LOVE IS EQUAL is a photographic campaign that strives to illustrate what open expressions of affection could look like for same-gender loving couples, promoting a positive vision of the future for all cultures. By focusing on im

The Supreme Court of the United States has ruled today that same-sex marriage is legal in all 50 states. With all due respect to the court, it did not define marriage, and therefore is not entitled to re-define it. Long before our government came into existence, marriage was created by the One who created man and woman—Almighty God—and His decisions are not subject to review or revision by any manmade court. God is clear about the definition of marriage in His Holy Word...

from nytimes.com

The Strip, 2016

Marriage Equality Horror Stories: "Look out, that cake has two dudes on it!" "It's an affront to traditional baking!"

Audacity: watch video - it’s only through the gospel that we will see hearts and lives changed for eternity and see change in this nation. We urge you to pray that God will use us—this generation of His Church—to bring revival to the United States and a return to God’s Word as the foundation for our nation’s thinking.

from The Salt Lake Tribune

Mormons becoming even more Republican, more accepting of gays, sweeping religious study shows

Mormons becoming even more Republican, more accepting of gays, sweeping religious study shows | The Salt Lake Tribune

from The Huffington Post

Mindfulness for True Selves: From Brené Brown to Will Young and Back Again

We live in a world where we are bombarded by ideal versions of things - the media gives us constant examples of how we can be better and feeds into our deepest insecurities that we are not enough - that we need to be happier or richer, slimmer or fitter.

This revision of the follow-up to the popular A Godward Life adds twenty fresh entries to the original 120 daily meditations that are solid meat and sweet milk from God’s Word. The new entries broach current and controversial subject matter, such as partial-birth abortion and gay marriage. Piper asks the hardest questions and finds wonderfully poignant but practical and applicable truths from the Bible. These 350 pages of substantive spiritual nourishment will brace readers’ minds with…