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Is Homosexuality a Sin?: Approaching this is issue through the “Revelation and Invitation” Approach.

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Is Homosexuality a Sin: Problems with the Truth-mine Approach

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Is Homosexuality a Sin?: Approaching the Issue and the Bible through the “Truth mine” Approach

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Is Homosexuality a Sin?: Introduction

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A new paradigm: The Bible as “Revelation and Invitation.”

[I have written at length as to why the dominant approach to the Bible in Christianity is highly problematic and suggested some reasons why we continue to use it.  In this post I want to present an alternate way to … Continue reading

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If the “Truth mine” approach to the Bible is so broken, why is it so widespread and why do Christians keep using it?

[In my previous posts I have suggested approaching the Bible as a “truth mine,” to be excavated for eternal and divine truths that are applicable to everyone, is problematic for several reasons. The development and nature of the Bible itself … Continue reading

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Why this use of the Bible is problematic in practice…

[In my previous post I described how the dominant approach to the Bible I have seen in Christianity is problematic, if not outright impossible, to use given the development and the nature of the Bible.  In this post I want … Continue reading

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