Topics :: pro-gay Christians
Wednesday Dec 12, 2012
Former Bishop Walter F. Sullivan, a progressive leader in the U.S. Roman Catholic church who welcomed the LGBT community into his churches and the longest-serving head of the Richmond diocese, died Tuesday. He was 84.
By Jason St. Amand | Friday Nov 16, 2012
A priest from Minnesota refused to confirm a 17-year-old because he posted a pro marriage-equality photo & message on Facebook.
By Patrick Condon | Thursday Sep 27, 2012
A series of TV ads that promote LGBT rights feature straight married couples but gay men and women are absent from the commercials.
By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Jun 20, 2012
A straight Christian man, who used to identify as a homophobe, from Nashville wrote a book after living life as a gay man for a year.
Tuesday Sep 13, 2011
Retired Episcopal Bishop Walter C. Righter, an early defender of gay rights in the church who was accused of heresy when he ordained a gay deacon in 1990, has died.
By Kilian Melloy | Saturday Jun 18, 2011
The two faces of religion with respect to gays could not be more opposed than the efforts by clergy in Omaha, Nebraska, to end faith-based discrimination -- and the refusal by Southern Baptists to issue a mea culpa to LGBTs.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Jun 8, 2011
A new twist in the unfolding history of same-sex family parity shows that not all conservatives in Iowa reject marriage equality.
By Kilian Melloy | Monday Jun 6, 2011
Bible-toting politicians and anti-gay clergy refer to scripture continuously, even though the Bible has much more to say about heterosexual divorce than gay marriage. Biblical scholar Jonathan Dudley tells EDGE why.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday May 31, 2011
More Anglican parishes in Canada may now bless same-sex nuptials, although clergy may not actually perform wedding rites for gay and lesbian families who are entering into marriage.
By Kilian Melloy | Monday Mar 28, 2011
Devout, church-going Roman Catholics say that gay and lesbian families should be recognized. The Princes of the Church dismiss this as mere "confusion" among the faithful. Whose lead should we trust in the matter?