Info

Q Podcast

Q educates and equips Christians to engage our cultural moment. Our method of learning is simple: exposure, conversation and collaboration. Listen to the Q Podcast to learn, explore and consider how you can be faithful in our cultural context.
RSS Feed Subscribe in iTunes
Q Podcast
2017
May
April
March
February
January


2016
December
November
October
September
August
July
June
May
March
February
January


All Episodes
Archives
Now displaying: Page 1
Jan 21, 2016

One’s theology will determine everything about how they engage the gay conversation. In this episode, the Christian view of identity, sexual ethics and historic belief about human flourishing comes under the microscope. We define terms and consider how historic Christian arguments interact with the newer, gay-affirming points of view. From Leviticus to Paul, we address Jesus’ words around this topic and explore the Christian perspective on sexual design, gender difference and marriage.

Key contributors: David Gushee, Wesley Hill, Tim Keller, Scot McKnight, Preston Sprinkle

1 Comments
  • a year and a half ago
    Edmond Long
    I have a two-part question I'd like for you to consider. As far as I know, Scripture does not make any direct statement about the sexual abuse of children. On the other hand, adultery is condemned in both Testaments. So, if we take the affirming view of homosexuality, how do we then handle abuse of children and adultery. Are we free to set our own standards with regard to sex with a child? Should we take an affirming view of adulterers? How can we affirm one thing Scripture rejects, yet maintain the biblical view of another? And should we treat those who abuse children in a more affirming way?