Special Issue on Homosexuality, God and The Church

Our new special issue is sure to turn some heads and cause a stir.  Three musicians tell their stories in dealing with Homosexuality, God, and The Church.  Think you already know what they have to say? You might want to think again and read with an open mind.  Featuring in-depth interviews with Sean Doty (most famous for his work with Veil of Ashes), Dug Pinnick (of King’s X), and Ric Alba (most famous for his work with The Altar Boys). There is also a special historical pictorial section dedicated to Veil of Ashes fliers, promo images, and other pictures. Download for free here:

http://www.mediafire.com/?tuxionjmoew

We haven’t taken any sides or tried to change anyone’s minds – we are just letting these three musicians tell their stories.  This is an issue that most churches either ignore… or throw too many stones at.

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4 comments for “Special Issue on Homosexuality, God and The Church

  1. Brendan
    May 30, 2010 at 3:30 am

    The link for this special edition doesn’t work…

  2. Profile photo of Editor
    June 4, 2010 at 8:42 am

    I just checked it, and seems to be working fine now.

  3. Christopher™
    June 5, 2010 at 2:18 pm

    Thank you for all the effort it took to put this issue together. Christians need to hear these stories, and I’m grateful that you were open-minded to see them as important enough to share with us.

    The evangelical Christian church as a general rule isn’t comfortable with anything that isn’t black and white, and often prefers to judge first and ask questions later… if they even bother to.

    We can argue theology until we’re blue in the face, but unless we see the other person as a human being with the same needs, concerns, desires, hopes and fears as us–rather than a Faceless Other With An Agenda–we’ll never come to any place of understanding or reconciliation.

    Our walk with Christ is an ongoing, lifelong process, and while it’s easier to pass judgment on others rather than extend grace to them, it’s the latter that Jesus has called to do.

    Thanks again.

  4. brian kirsch aka sterling
    July 14, 2010 at 6:44 pm

    My favorite issue to date…….Sean of course I know very well and Ric has become a friend through FB but, a good friend all the same. I like the way every one who told their story came from a very different place in lives with their idenity which shows how human this thing is indeed……..

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