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Matt Moore / CP Guest Columnist
Not many people can say that they've been where you are, but I honestly can. The way you feel right now as your private life and sins are being tossed onto the world's stage – I know it well.
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Gays, Christians and Culture Wars: There is a Better Way to Engage These Issues and It's Called Civility
I started writing this column a little over four years ago and from day one the comments section has pretty much been a three-ring circus. Belittlement, narrow-mindedness, attacks on character, and blame for all the world problems have been shot back..
The foundation for my position was the catchy "you can't legislate morality" line. And this is true – you can't legislate morality. Christians can't force-feed our beliefs about sexuality or marriage down unbelieving throats. We can't make disciples ..
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To the gay or lesbian person perhaps begrudgingly reading this blog, I get it. I understand why you may be hesitant to look into Christianity because you doubt you could ever be able to feel legitimate, unforced, naturally flowing heterosexual desire..
Yesterday I became aware of President Obama's push to ban gay conversion therapy for minors. Not long after reading Obama's remarks, my social media newsfeeds began to fill with more support for this ban from Alan Chambers, the former president of Ex..
Q&A Series: How Can the Church Tell a Gay 16-Year Old that 'God's Will' for them Is a Life Void of Sex and Romance? (Part 3/7)
I have at least a dozen friends whose Christian kids, mostly sons, have come out to them in the past 18 months. For the church to tell a 16-year-old that "God's will" is a life void of romance is a tough message to communicate. What's your answer?
A few days ago I sent out an email to my blog subscribers asking them to send me their top questions about sexuality and the Christian faith. I've picked out the 10 most common questions I received and I'm going to answer one per day over the next 10..
When a Christian says, "being gay is a choice," what they're communicating, whether they mean to or not, is that experiencing attraction to the same sex is a choice. And it is not. As someone who is attracted to the same sex, I assure you, it is not ..