Whosoever: For LGBTQ+ Christians since 1996.

Whosoever: For LGBTQ+ Christians since 1996.

Founded by "Bulletproof Faith" author Rev. Candace Chellew to proclaim God's love and our place in the church.

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November 12, 2014 22 min
Read the related article Artist and author David Hayward has been writing and drawing cartoons at his NakedPastor blog since 2005. He left the professional ministry in 2010, partly in response to his controversial drawings and musings, to dedicate himself to his art, writing and
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Read the related article Jennifer Knapp was fly fishing along the banks of a river somewhere in middle Tennessee when the world learned that she was a lesbian. Rumors about the sexuality of the contemporary Christian music singer had been swirling around for years, especially
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Read the related article A new group called Evangelicals for Marriage Equality has as new vision for the evangelical church in America — one where LGBT Christians are welcome, just as they are. In this Godcast, we talk with EME spokesman Brandan Robertson about their
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October 27, 2012 20 min
Read related articles Episcopal Bishop Gene Robinson has used his experiences, and his high position, to pen a new book, God Believes in Love: Straight Talk About Gay Marriage, that seeks to answer the ten most popular questions he has heard about marriage equality for
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Read the related article The United States is currently in the throes of a spiritual awakening, according to author Diana Butler Bass. In her new book Christianity After Religion: The End of Church and the Birth of a New Spiritual Awakening, Bass says we are
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February 2, 2011 27 min
Jay Bakker is the son of famous television evangelists Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker. He grew up on the PTL (Praise The Lord) Club, and he suffered terribly when his parents’ empire fell. Turning to drugs and partying eased the pain for awhile, but now
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Read the related article It’s not every day that a book comes along that literally saves your life, but Dr. Jack Rogers says he’s heard that comment more than once about his book Jesus, the Bible, and Homosexuality, Revised and Expanded Edition: Explode the Myths,
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Imagine a world where the gay people are in the majority and straight people were the oppressed minority. Author and poet J.G. Woodward has imagined such a scenario in her new book Over the Course of a Lifetime. Playwright and actor Peterson Toscano is famous
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Read the related article on Mike Piazza As they have done the past two years, 17 young adults will pile onto a bus and visit 15 conservative Christian colleges around the country. Zak Rittenhouse is taking part in this year’s Soulforce Equality Bus Ride, and
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Rev. Justin R. Cannon is only 24 years old, but he has accomplished much for the GLBT Christian community. His groundbreaking study on the Bible and homosexuality at www.inclusiveorthodoxy.org continues to educate our community. His latest project is an anthology of poems by GLBT Christians
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Presbyterian minister Rev. Dr. Janie Spahr has been acquitted by the church’s highest court of charges over her performance of same-gender weddings. Find out why the ruling is a mix of good news and bad news. Would Jesus Discriminate? The 21st Century Question is the
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Read the related article Defining the Emergent Christian movement is a little like defining the color blue to someone who has never seen or experienced it. Critics say the emergent movement is simply another wishy-washy liberal watering down of the gospel. Tony Jones, in his
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Read the related article His book What the Bible Really Says About Homosexuality took the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community by storm when it was first published in 1994. Despite Christianity’s rejection of GLBT people, Daniel A. Helminiak’s book seemed to fill a void
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One installment of a three-part series From Romans 1 to 1 Corinthians, GLBT people are told that the New Testament is a source of condemnation of their very lives. When people quote Bible verses against GLBT people, these two verses are most often used from
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Read the related article For the past 10 years, Soulforce has been using the non-violent tactics preached by Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. to try to change the hearts and minds of those who believe gays and lesbians should be excluded from church and
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One installment of a three-part series From Genesis to Leviticus to 1 Kings, the Old Testament is often used as a weapon against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people. Despite Jesus’ insistence that we are no longer under Old Testament law, modern day Christians still
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January 23, 2008 10 min
A filmmaker named Lisa Darden is trying to bridge the gap between GLBT people and those on the “other side.” Her new film project, For Such a Time as This, features interviews with leaders in the gay and anti-gay communities — including the editor of a
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Read the related article on Rick Brentlinger Read the related article on Lisa Darden Just when you thought that not another book could be written to shed new light on the so-called “clobber passages” that are used against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Christians, along
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Read the related article on Vanessa Sheridan Education is the key to fostering understanding of any oppressed group, be they gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or straight. In Whosoever’s 18th Godcast we explore two very different approaches to educating others about diversity. First, we find out
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One installment of a three-part series Gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people are constantly told they are sick and sinful — that their very lives are an abomination to God. These words, repeated in pulpits, yelled at us from street corners and often said by
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