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Podcast: Are the Prohibitions Against Homosexuality Culturally Relative?
Greg considers if homosexuality is culturally relative or not, and what to do about it.
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Homosexuality and the Church: Finding a “Third Way”
Here is a word I a shared this last weekend with Woodland Hills Church (where I’m senior pastor) in response to numerous questions I’ve received over the last several months. People have asked me why the leadership of WHC refuses to jump on the bandwagon of evangelical churches in the Twin Cities who rally their…
Podcast: How Does a Cruciform Hermeneutic Affect Your Reading of Homosexuality Passages?
Greg talks about accommodation, judgement, and homosexuality. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0337.mp3
What is God’s Sexual Ideal for Us? (podcast)
Greg sexuality and Genesis, and thinks out loud about the destructive power of policy. Episode 479 http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0479.mp3
Podcast: Is the Homosexuality Paul Encounters the Same as the Homosexuality We Encounter Today?
Greg shares some thoughts on the nature of homosexuality, and attitudes towards it, over the span of recorded history. Consideration is then given to Paul’s warnings about same sex relations in Romans 1. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0104.mp3
Faith or Magic?
Many Christians today treat faith like magic. While the content of what Christians believe is obviously different from pagan practitioners of magic, the way they believe and the motive they have for believing, seems to be very similar. Magic is generally understood to involve people engaging in special behaviors that empower them to gain favor…
What Kind of Sinners Feel Welcomed by Your Church?
Perhaps the greatest indictment on evangelical churches today is that they are not generally known as refuge houses for sinners—places where hurting, wounded, sinful people can run and find love that does not question, an understanding that does not judge, and an acceptance that knows no conditions. To be sure, evangelical churches are usually refuge…