Are romantic attraction and sexual attraction different?

How can someone call themselves bisexual if they only date men (or only date women)? Generally speaking, bisexuality is defined as “the potential to be attracted, romantically and/or sexually, to people of more than one sex, not necessarily at the… Continue Reading

How do we talk about God in worship?

What about language for God? Many members of the Christian faith believe that language traditionally used for God, especially exclusively masculine language, is not useful in worship and faithful community. Drawing from Jewish opposition to physical images of God, which might become… Continue Reading

How do we talk about the people of God?

How do we talk about the people of God? Inclusive language is the intentional use of words and phrases that include all participants. Worship in Christian churches has often been patriarchal, using masculine terms to refer to everyone — for… Continue Reading

How do we talk about God’s gender?

What is inclusive language for God? Inclusive language for God is that which attempts to utilize and include the experiences of other folks and groups. Usually these groups are those which have been oppressed or otherwise ignored by the often… Continue Reading

L, G, B, T, Q, Q, I, A… what do all the letters mean?

What do all these letters mean? The LGBT community is a very diverse community that represents a variety of sexual and gender identities.  The acronym stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender.  However, that’s just the tip of the iceberg.… Continue Reading