Former homosexuals: Gospel approach needed | Baptist Press

Baptist PressNASHVILLE (BP) — Evangelical Christians need to change their approach to the hot-button issues of homosexuality and marriage, thinking with a Gospel focus and practicing Gospel community, participants in a national conference were told Tuesday (Oct. 28).

Southern Baptist leaders, former practicing homosexuals and others provided guidance to a crowd of about 1,300 registrants on the second day of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission’s first national conference, “The Gospel, Homosexuality and the Future of Marriage.” The event at Opryland Retreat and Conference Center concluded Wednesday (Oct. 29).

Evangelicals cannot repeat the “same old mistakes” in which they “slowly adapted to a sexual revolution that is now ravaging our churches and our culture,” said Russell D. Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission.

Instead, “we contend for marriage and we contend for family and we contend for holiness, but we do this in the context of the Gospel of Jesus Christ,” he said. Continue reading →

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