Episode 129: The Homosexuality Episode

This week Jaquelle and Sean continue their series on difficult subjects for Christians by tackling homosexuality. They also talk about Jaquelle’s honeymoon, including the pastries she ate, the coolest restaurant she’s ever been to, and the French church she and Joe visited.

Episode Highlights

  • 01:07: Recapping Jaquelle’s honeymoon (mostly the food)
  • 17:03: Introducing this week’s topic: homosexuality
  • 17:47: Is homosexuality a sin?
  • 22:28: Why are people calling themselves “gay Christians”?
  • 23:04: Why is this such a difficult subject to talk about?
  • 24:44: How should Christians think about homosexuality?
  • 31:24: Recommending some resources on homosexuality

Recommended Resources

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  1. My family can relate. My brother was diagnosed within the past couple years with an autoimmune disease, and his whole diet had to change (and as result we adjusted the way we ate as well). He doesn’t eat anything refined or processed — nor does he eat dairy. However, the meals he eats are delicious, and slowly and gradually he’s been healing naturally. I know that has nothing to do with your main subject today, but when you started talking about what you cook and why, I just wanted to say that.

  2. Also, I love Rosaria’s book — one of the best and most authentic books I’ve ever read. Her second book, “Openness Unhindered,” is also amazing.

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