Rekindling the Intellectual, Spiritual, Creative legacy of Christians in Culture

Gay  Christian "For the Bible Tells Me So," director/producer Daniel Karslake, and "Save Me" producer Christopher Racster, actors Chad Allen and Robert Gant are interviewed by Craig Detweiler from the Windrider Forum. One of the most remarkable developments at this year's Sundance was the appearance of two, thoughtful explorations by gay filmmakers of the relationship between being Christian and being gay. These films introduce gays who embrace the Christian faith and welcome dialogue with Christians who find gay life and Christian life incompatible.

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  1. As I listen to these podcasts, I can’t help but wonder if you have deceived yourselves. You all sound sincere, and I cannot deny your sincerity. But there are many who are sincerely wrong. You say that you “welcome dialogue with Christians who find gay life and Christian life incompatible.” But everything I am hearing is that you are now right, you have found the truth, and those who disagree with you have to be wrong. I have a nephew who is gay, so I do not take this issue lightly. But my worst fear is that people like you will convince him that he is right, and what the majority of Christians believe is wrong. I understand that many of my fellow “Fundamentalists” have not treated gays with love. But that does not mean they are wrong to believe the practice of homosexuality is a sin. You have to twist the passages in the Bible that speak to this issue to come to any other conclusion. You talk about “finding your truth.” Jesus said that He is the Truth. If your truth does not align with His, it is nothing but a lie. I pray for you.

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