Thanks to David Bennett for articulating his journey with Jesus and putting together a solid, reasoned theology addressing homosexual attraction for believers. I especially appreciate the way this discussion addresses hard questions of identity, singleness, the definition of Christian family and the Christ-centered life. He also gives good advice to Christians who are trying to figure out how to relate to the LGBT community.

Please take some time to listen – even if only to certain parts that interest you. There’s a menu below, so you can tune into certain parts of the discussion.

Reposted from DTS:

Darrell L. Bock and David Bennett
00:16    Bennett’s ministry with the Zacharias Trust
01:15     How Bennett moved from being an LGBT activist to working with RZIM
03:30    Bennett’s journey from atheism to Christianity
08:36    Bennett’s struggle to reconcile sexuality with his faith
10:08    Bennett’s journey to Oxford
12:57     Bennett’s message to people in the LGBT community
16:45     Bennett’s new perspective on sexuality and individual identity
19:33     God, sexuality and the human desire for transcendence
23:06    Romantic love and the search for lasting human fulfilment
26:00    The sacrifices God requires of same-sex attracted Christians
31:20     Bennett’s encouragement drawn from Isaiah 56:4-5
33:12     How the church can be supportive of singleness
38:55     Advice for Christians engaging with the LGBT community
44:09    The importance of patience and support in ministering to the LGBT community
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About Jennie Joy

I'm a lover and truth-seeker. This blog is a place for me to share my thoughts, struggles, and sincere searchings as I get to know God and welcome the reality of His kingdom in and through me.

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