Everyone at Living Out has a story to tell of God's wonderful love and the impact that following Jesus has on our lives. Listen to same-sex attracted Christians tell their different stories of enjoying their new identity in Christ. What does God really say about sex and sexuality? Is what we assume the real story? Does following the biblical teaching on sexuality cause us harm or is the Christian sexual ethic actually life-giving and healthy?
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That is what the story of Philip and the Ethiopian eunuch is all about. The author of Acts sought to write a well-researched history of the acts of the apostles following the resurrection of Jesus and his ascension into heaven. In chapter eight of that book, we find Philip heading a great evangelistic campaign in Samaria. This seems like a strange command: Leave the great revival among the Samaritans, and go out into the wilderness.
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By Lawrence Hurley. Supreme Court on Monday handed a victory on narrow grounds to a Colorado baker who refused based on his Christian beliefs to make a wedding cake for a gay couple, stopping short of setting a major precedent allowing people to claim religious exemptions from anti-discrimination laws. The state law bars businesses from refusing service based on race, sex, marital status or sexual orientation. But the justices did not issue a definitive ruling on the circumstances under which people can seek exemptions from anti-discrimination laws based on religion.
When Christian bakery owner Jack Phillips won a landmark U. Supreme Court case in June over his refusal to make a wedding cake a gay couple based on his religious convictions, he thought his legal battles with the state of Colorado were over, according to a lawsuit. But now Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, Colorado, is facing a new court fight, this one involving a lawyer who asked him to bake a cake to celebrate the anniversary of her gender transition. Phillips filed a federal lawsuit this week accusing the state of Colorado of "anti-religious hostility" against him and asked the U. District Court in Denver to overturn a Colorado Civil Rights Commission ruling that he discriminated against a transgender person.