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Spiritual Friendship

An eclipse of friendship. That is what author, theologian, and gay Christian Wesley Hill says has happened to friendship in our modern era. “Friendship is the freest, the least constrained, the least fixed and determined, of all human loves.” (xiii) You can never stop being a parent. 773 more words

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Review: Spiritual Friendship

Wesley Hill, Spiritual Friendship: Finding Love in the Church as a Celibate Gay Christian. Grand Rapids: Brazos Press, 2015. 137 pages.

We had a saying about family when I was growing up: “You can pick your friends, but you can’t pick your relatives.” While this saying is meant to indicate the value and permanence of family, it also captures our culture’s understanding of friendship. 598 more words

Reviews

Review: Washed and Waiting

Wesley Hill, Washed And Waiting: Reflections on Christian Faithfulness and Homosexuality, Zondervan: Grand Rapids, 2010. 160 pages.

This book deserves to be read. Wesley Hill’s voice is needed both in the church and in the wider culture. 541 more words

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Spiritual Friendship - Coming Review

I reviewed Dr. Wesley Hill’s first book, Washed and Waiting, and was delighted in his brave, honest, and spiritually reflective work on the struggles that same-sex oriented Christians face. 127 more words

Theology

Love The Lord With All My…..No, That's Just Not Convenient.

I’m currently reading Wesley Hill’s book Washed and Waiting: Reflections on Christian Faithfulness and Homosexuality. Hill is a celibate, homosexual Christian. Given I often try to squeeze around  1,955 more words

Jesus

4 Pastoral Questions that Same Sex Attracted Christians Ask

Wesley Hill – Gay Christian, Lecturer in New Testament in US, Author of “Washed and Waiting”

1. What does the Bible say about sexuality and why does it say it? 1,001 more words

Ministry And Mission

Eerdmans Author Interview Series: Wesley Hill

Wesley Hill, assistant professor of biblical studies at Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, Pennsylvania, and regular columnist for Christianity Today, gives fresh perspective on Paul’s teaching about God the Father, Jesus Christ, and the Spirit in his new book  208 more words

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