A listener sends in a question asking how believers are to faithfully interact with the LGBTQ community and navigate some of the perplexing situations of our day.
So the guys discuss first the recent court cases involving these matters. The professor shares his experience meeting one of the couples at the heart of a controversial case regarding their bakery in N. Ireland. Our lawyer in residence gives us legal insights on such cases in the U.S. Our pastor assures us that no such cases are brewing currently in Winchester. But they do eventually get to the key question asked of them, “Should Christians ever attend a gay marriage? And if not, what should the church do with those who do?”
Sadly, these issues are coming to all of us, even to small towns like Winchester. So you would do well to turn into this episode of 3GT and become further informed!
Episode note: Go here to listen to Daniel McArthur’s brief testimony to the Lord’s faithfulness following the Supreme Court decision in N. Ireland.
2 thoughts on “Episode 155: LGBTQ Dilemmas”
This is a great discussion. I’ve often wonder about the broader question of Christians interacting with and providing services for non-Christians in the business world. I’m a Landscape Architect. I’ve not run into ethical quandaries a lot in my line of work. However, I did once have to provide design/consulting services for a catholic church building project. I’d be interested in your thoughts specifically concerning that situation.
Thank you for listening, Will, and sharing your thoughts! We’ll see about putting your question into a follow-up episode.