Exodus president Alan Chambers was in the UK last week, presumably to make up some speaking engagements that he had to cancel last year do to the Icelandic volcano eruption. While there, he was interviewed by William Crawley on BBC radio, along with Prof Michael King of University College London.  The topic was the persistent debate of whether one can be gay and Christian, but it drifts a bit into other interesting territory.

It’s a short discussion and King cuts through the semantic fog with typical British civility and conciseness  — well worth a listen.  Original link here, or use the archive below.

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