Most Christian churches are divided over issues around gay ordination and gay marriage. This addition happened sometime after Constantine made Christianity orthodox and included sun worship in the Christian religion. What racial assumptions did you grow up with? Callaway asked Yancey why his book was so harsh in its description of Christians, and Yancey responded, "I'm picking on Christians because I am one". In the Coventry Telegraph inBarbara Goulden called the book's title provocative. How can we view pain as a gift?
In ancient Egypt persons purchased a costly personalized scroll with the correct answers enabling the deceased to overcome the barriers in the hereafter and continue on to eternity.
Retrieved August 14, At the beginning and end of this chapter, Yancey poses a basic question about faith: None of their responses mentioned grace; most cited political stances, such as opposition to LGBT rights and abortion. What makes you uncomfortable? He also included a dramatization of the chapter "The Lovesick Father". Share Adjust Comment Print. How can evangelical Christians develop an attitude of grace if not acceptance toward gay and lesbian Christians?
An argument can be made for almost anything, based on the wildly conflicting passages: How does childhood experience shape adult faith? Today they are emotionally disgusted by homosexuality. Please try again later. Wary of understandable stereotypes about born-again Christians, Yancey was a longtime advocate of Christian anti-poverty projects in Chicago, and is trying to walk a new line on the wedge issue of homosexuality.