As of today, I’ve been accepted to Biola University’s Graduate School of Theology, and can officially consider myself a seminary student!
As a lot of you know, these past few months have been super stressful while waiting for my undergrad degree to be conferred (a thing that happened only last week) so that I could be accepted to grad school. This is a huge answer to prayer and I’m honestly beyond excited to go back to school again!
Hey, I did say personal views. Homosexuality doesn’t hurt people like murdering and stealing does.
I don’t understand why we as Christians have to get so angry about homosexuality. People living together before marriage is a sin, but no one gets upset about that. If marriage is a Christian institution, then why aren’t we getting angry at atheists who get married? It’s a double standard.
As a Christian, I take love your neighbor seriously. This means desiring equality for others, and that encompasses supporting my friends to be able to get married and accepting and loving them regardless of who they love.
Well, something that was written 2000 years ago in Palestine is probably going to look pretty heteronormative because of cultural and historical reasons! Doesn’t mean you can’t support equality today :)
Personally, nope. Also, there are much bigger issues for Christians to be worrying about than homosexuality.
God’s disposition towards us never changes. His love changes our disposition toward him.(via blakebaggott)
“Born 1951 in Osaka, Japan. Arthur Hollands went to USA when he was 20, where he became the national champion at an all American wrestling tournament, won a silver medal at a Pan American championship, & came third at a national Judo championship. Baptized at 23, became a pastor and returned to Japan in ‘82 for evangelism.”
Photography: Keith Tsuji