A gay man married to a straight woman for 17 years.

A dad of three.

A post-modern Christian.

Somehow seeking to reconcile faith and sexuality.

Journey with me, if you will.

7 Responses to “About Me”

  1. Eliot Says:

    nice blog. best of luck to you.

  2. Steve Says:

    I suggest you read: “What the Bible really says about homosexuality”, by D. Helminiak.
    http://www.amazon.com/What-Bible-Really-About-Homosexuality/dp/188636009X

    There is no conflict between faith and sexuality. There only conflict is between what the Bible actually says, and what some churches say it says.

    Intentional mistranslations have remained in the English text for hundreds of years. I think it is because the corporate church gains power and wealth by condemning people and selling forgiveness for a high price, but that is only my opinion.

  3. Mathew Crane Says:

    Hi there
    I have been much encouraged by reading this blog, and I would love to talk with you further.

    Mat.
    crane.mat@gmail.com

  4. Anonymous Says:

    Hello hope all is well would love to chat with you!

  5. pizzalvr Says:

    What exactly do you mean by, “Post-mondern Christian”? Can’t wait to more of your posts! …I’ve only read a few so far.

    1. throughthestorm Says:

      Hey, it’s been so long since I wrote that I’m not even sure what I meant by “post-modern Christian”! Let me try to explain: To me post-modernism is about deconstruction, or asking questions about the basic assumptions behind a belief. It is in some ways a return to a historical Christianity, where there is more room for doubt and mystery and less space for certainty and “knowing”. It is allowing space for difference, differences in understanding and interpretation of both God and of scripture. For me, it has been a move away from the Bible being the focus of my faith and worship, to Jesus and to Christ being to centre.

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