Homosexuality, Mailbag

The Mailbag: Perversion Potpourri

Welcome to another “potpourri” edition of The Mailbag, where I give short(er) answers to several questions rather than a long answer to one question.

I like to take the opportunity in these potpourri editions to let new readers know about my comments/e-mail/messages policy. I’m not able to respond individually to most e-mails and messages, so here are some helpful hints for getting your questions answered more quickly. Remember, the search bar (at the very bottom of each page) can be a helpful tool!

Or maybe I answered your question already? Check out my article The Mailbag: Top 10 FAQs to see if your question has been answered and to get some helpful resources.


In the United States, the world celebrates sexual perversion in the month of June and calls it “Pride Month”. If you need a little help navigating some of the issues surrounding this season or this sin, here are some resources I hope will help:

In a nutshell, what is the biblical perspective on homosexuality and other perversions?

Basic Training: Homosexuality, Gender Identity, and Other Sexual Immorality


Should Christians attend homosexual weddings?

The Mailbag: Should Christians Attend Homosexual “Weddings”?


How does the legalization of same sex “marriage” impact homosexuals and Christians?

SCOTUS to Rule on Same Sex “Marriage”: A Call to Prayer and Godly Response


Can someone be a “gay Christian”?

The Hole in World Vision’s Gospel

An Apology, A Request for Forgiveness, and Some Clarifications


Does God love homosexuals?

God Loves Gays


How can Christians best show homosexuals the love of Christ?

Cancer: A Love Story


Should a Christian employee work at a homosexual “wedding”?

The Mailbag: Potpourri (Spanking, Women teaching men, Working a homosexual “wedding”…) (section 4)


Any resources for offering a biblical apologetic against homosexuality?

Movie Tuesday: Audacity


How can I relate to a friend or loved one who’s living in sexual sin without appearing to condone her sin?

Christmas Dinner with the Sexual Sinner at A Word Fitly Spoken


How can Christians navigate Gay Pride Month?

Glad you Asked: Pride, Parenting, Evangelism and Denying Self at A Word Fitly Spoken


I suspect someone has surgically altered her body to appear to be the opposite sex.

The Mailbag: Lady looks like a dude?


Should I use a male name and pronouns for a female who is pretending to be a male?

The Mailbag: What’s In a Name?


How do we handle the role of women in the church for medically intersex people?

The Mailbag: Church Roles and Ambiguous Anatomy


Should a man pretending to be a woman be allowed to attend women’s ministry events?

The Mailbag: Guess who’s coming to (the women’s ministry) dinner?


Did Beth Moore ever clearly state her position on homosexuality?

No. Unless the fact that she has, to date, refused to unapologetically call it a sin requiring repentance clearly states her position for you.

An Open Letter to Beth Moore – Timeline of Events


If you have a question about: a Bible passage, an aspect of theology, a current issue in Christianity, or how to biblically handle a family, life, or church situation, comment below (I’ll hold all questions in queue {unpublished} for a future edition of The Mailbag) or send me an e-mail or private message. If your question is chosen for publication, your anonymity will be protected.

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