Resources on Marriage and Homosexuality
In light of the Supreme Court's decision in Obergefell vs. Hodges, many Christians are asking, "How should we respond?" This post is a clearinghouse of resources that can help us answer that question. As new resources become available, we'll include them on this post.
Everything Has Changed and Nothing Has Changed (Al Mohler). This is a good article for understanding cultural ramifications from a biblical perspective.
So-Called Same-Sex Marriage (John Piper). This is a powerful article intended to help the church “feel the sorrow of these days. And the magnitude of the assault on God and his image in man.”
Why the Church Should Neither Cave nor Panic about the Decision on Gay Marriage (Russell Moore). Moore serves as the President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, and in this article, he gives good counsel on how the church should respond.
Here We Stand: An Evangelical Declaration on Marriage (ERLC). This is a clear, succinct statement that includes some practical, Scriptural counsel for how we should give public witness to the Bible’s teaching on marriage, sexuality, and the gospel.
What Does the Bible Really Teach about Homosexuality? (Kevin DeYoung)
Is God Anti-Gay? (Sam Allberry)
Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert (Rosaria Butterfield)
Love Into the Light: The Gospel, the Homosexual, and the Church (Peter Hubbard)